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.

Potamia

Potamia ,full of green, is an isolated village, situated on the slope of Tsiknias between ravines with running waters, that once powered the water mills of the area.

The church of Panaghia tou Karmilou, “Karmelitana”, dominates in the center of the village. Further down you will find the beaches Santa Margarita and Lychnaftia.

Mountados

Mountados is a traditional village, built on the slope of Kechrovouni. Located 8 km away from Chora.

The village once had one of the few old schools of the island and one of the most famous mills. A point landmark of the village is the stream with a stone bridge. You will find a lot of old churches and of course the cathedral of St. John with its great marble temple.

Arnados

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.

Ktikados

This traditional village has a spectacular sea view, arches, cobblestone pathways, whitewashed streets and large houses decorated with marble lintels.

The village has two churches: Timios Stavros (Holy Cross) with a remarkable steeple and Megalomata with a unique marble entrance. The old fountain and the stone laundry complete the charm and beauty of the village. Ktikados is Captain Svetsos’ birthplace.