Smardakito

Smardakito is built on the slope of mountain Raches, which offers breathtaking views of the villages Krokos and Loutra.

The traditional Tinian architecture is clearly visible in every corner of the village: the houses, the courtyards, the cobblestone streets, the arches.

The paved square is one of the most scenic on the island. In the square you’ll meet the church of St. Anthony with its impressive bell tower and the very old fountain with running crystal water and its traditional laundry.

Komi

Komi is a small village and a community on the island of Tinos.

The community consists of the settlements Kolympithra, Krokos, Komi, Perastra and Skalados.

It has a Catholic church, and offers Cycladic type architecture. Every year, on August 29, a big party is held there, with visitors from various parts of Greece and even foreigners.

Sklavochorio

Sklavochorio is a small mountain village in the east of Krokos.

The view from the village of the north side of Tinos and of Agapi village is unique.

Sklavochorio was the hometown of the great Greek painter Nikolaos Gyzis. The house, where he lived, is open to visitors and it is a landmark of the village.