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Nice
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Category: Tinos Agios Romanos


Better to visit the beach next to it, on the right, called Apigania, which is one of the best but it takes a 5 minute walking on a footpath. Both are protected from the winds.



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The best choice when windy
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Category: Tinos Kalivia


It's very protected from the wind. Nice beach with crystal clear water.



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Within walking distance
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Category: Tinos Agios Fokas


Very close to the town. Nothing special. If you have a car, don't bother visiting this one.



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Not bad
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Category: Tinos Kionia


Sandy beach close to the town. Not bad but there are so many better beaches on the island that I wouldn't recommend this one. It's organised though but there are a lot of people.



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One of the best
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Category: Tinos Kolympithra


Very nice but windy. Great colors. The ride to the beach is also interesting. There's a small pont right next to the beach.



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Very beautiful and close to the town
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Category: Tinos Agios Sostis


Very large sandy beach. Be sure to go on the left side of the beach. It's much better.



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Really great
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Category: Tinos Leivada Bay


Very beautiful. Need to drive 2 km on soil road. Quiet but windy when there are northern winds. Stony beach but one of the best of the island. Don't miss visiting the lighthouse on your way back.



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Really nice
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Category: Tinos Pachia Ammos


Very beautiful sandy beach. Need to walk for five minutes. Quiet, not organised.



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Protect beaches like these
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Category: Tinos Agios Sostis


Agios Sostis is one of the most crowded beaches on Tinos. It attracts a lot of visitors with its clean water and fine sand. The surrounding is nice, for the time being. However, there are many hotels and taverns there that if they get expanded, they will ruin the atmosphere. You Greeks should be careful of your beaches and islands. Do not allow overbuilding and protect the natural settings. As Agios Sostis is close to Tinos town, there is a frequent bus that goes there, in case you do not want to rent.



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One of the best in Tinos
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Category: Tinos Agios Ioannis Porto


Porto is a sandy beach and it distinguishes among the other beaches of the island, which are pretty rocky. We stayed in a close hotel and went there on foot very morning to swim or continue our sleep on the beach. It always had clean waters and some umbrellas. The tavernas by the sea cook nice.



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