Tripotamos is the nearest village to Chora.
It takes its name from its position since it is built among three rivers.
It is one of the oldest villages of the island.
Walking through the village you will find the parish church of the Virgin Mary. On November the 21st, date of celebration, a festival takes place during which all the village houses are “open”to visitors.
Isternia is a picturesque village located 20 km from the main town of Tinos and close to Kardiani village.
The entire village is an example of fine marble sculpture. It is worth mentioning that Ysternia is the birth place of many famous Greek sculptors like Vitalis, Latena and Sochou.
A beautiful old marble-paved road connects Isternia with the wonderful sandy beach called the Isternia Bay. The village offers a magnificent view of the neighbouring Syros and a wonderful panoramic view of the Aegean.
Myrsini is the picturesque village you’ll meet after Steni while heading to Livada. The village seems to have been founded during the Byzantine era.
A place of unique architectural interest is the three-aisled church of the Annunciation. Take note of the pigeon houses at the village entrance.
It is situated at the foot of Tsiknias (729m), the highest mountain of Tinos.
Located 12 km away from Chora (Tinos).
lies on the foothills of Tsiknias.
The churches of Aghios Nikolaos and Aghios Antonios are remarkable monuments, while some beautiful chapels like Faneromeni, Aghios Dimitrios, Kioura ton Angelon are scattered outside the village.
Unpaved roads lead to the beautiful beaches of Santa Margharita, Faneromeni, Aghios Dimitrios.
is a picturesque village situated on the mountainside of Kechrovouni near the monastery of Aghia Pelaghia, located 7 km away from Chora.
It is known for its famous arches of the medieval era and the narrow paved roads underneath. The houses have yards full of flowers and the residents are benevolent and hospitable farmers.
There is an ecclesiastical museum with old photos and books.