is one of the biggest Greek islands of the Cyclades. It is located between Andros and Mykonos. It
is famous, among religious, for its huge Church
of Panagia (Virgin) which has a miraculous icon
and is attracting thousands of pilgrims from all
over the country on the 15th of August, feast day
of the Virgin. The island has many picturesque mountainous
villages, superb dove cotes which are embellishing
it and a tradition in marble carving.
This section of Tinos Island provides much
information: pictures, map, villages, history, museums,
architecture, excursions, weather, and more such
as a large range of hotels.
Welcome to Tinos Island, Greece, Cyclades