Tinos, Greece is one of the biggest Cyclades Islands and is located in close proximity to Mykonos and Andros. The famous Church of Megalohari is located in Tinos, Greece, and visitors are often attracted to this area to see the miraculous iconic figure. Pilgrims from all over the country and thousands of visitors worldwide visit the Tinos Islands. The beautiful landscapes in Tinos are an attraction unto themselves, but there are also many other sites that visitors can explore to learn about the cultural heritage of the islands.
The many villages, 750 churches and dramatic nature makes Tenos one of Greece’s most interesting islands. Has a number of beautiful, luxurious beaches. Visitors can enjoy the spectacular beauty of the calm beaches on the coast of Tinos, and there are several pebbly beaches or golden sandy beaches to visit Agios Fokas and around Porto. Around Kionia you’ll also find some beaches, and there are many bays on the East coast. Just like anywhere else in Greece, the nightlife on Tinos has quite a few things to offer. You can buy various religious objects such as icons, crucifixes, komboskinia (something like a rosary) and candles.
Every sightseeing proposal is analyzed through a brief presentation of the venue’s characteristics, for example, Panagia Evangelistria, the most renowned Orthodox Church in the Cyclades Islands and in Greece, is not just indicated among the best places to visit, but its history, architecture and the various museums it houses are presented in detail.
Tinos is home to a spectacular collection of mountain villages, and the lovely mountainous regions on the island are home to verdant greenery, stone houses, and fascinating wildlife. Local craftsman have spectacularly decorated the homes in the villages. Other sites that are worthy of a visit are the dovecots, the relics of the Neolithic Era. The Church of Agios Ioannis, The ruins of Ancient Exobourgo, the Sanctuary of Poseidon and Amphiriti, and the Graves of the Geometrical Era. Tinos is also home to several museums including the Archaeological Museum, the Folklore Museum, the Sculpture Museum, and the Museum of the Artists of Isternia. Some natural wonders in the area include the Gastria Cave and the Panormos Caves.