Tinos is definitely one of the most famous islands in Greece located between Andros and Mykonos. The glorious church of Panagia Evangelistria gathers thousands of faithful visitors to honor the miraculous icon of the Virgin Mary. However, Tinos is not different from the typical Cycladic islands with the whitewashed settlements, picturesque alleys and gorgeous beaches that attract many tourists during the summer period.
Tinos' capital and surrounding villages create a warm and above all traditional atmosphere which is well-preserved to this day. Some of the most famous artists in Greece originate from Tinos, an island with strong folklore heritage. The countless churches that are scattered in Tinos enhance the religious atmosphere and promise some peaceful vacation. Still, the island thrives with activity offering many options for the day and night.
This section proposes a map of Tinos with all the major locations of the island.
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