Tinos is a small Cycladic island with a rich history and cultural heritage. Enchanting yet still unknown to many travellers, the island preserves its unspoiled architecture and nature. The Cycladic rocky landscape keeps you grounded and reminds you of the simple beauties of life, while Aegean winds bring you the aromas of thyme, oregano and other greek herbs. Deep blue and bright white form an endless unity in colour which instantly calms and relaxes.
The island, known for its flavourful gastronomical culture, opens up a world of new tastes.
Tinos is renowned for its arts and culture, particularly for its rich tradition of marble craftsmanship. Visitors can explore the living tradition of the active marble quarries and marble workshops of the northern villages. The island also showcases an impressive array of diverse crafts including traditional loom weaving, ceramics and basket weaving.
Tinos island can be reached only via ferry from Athens or Mykonos, where the closest international airport is located. This might sound remote but we guarantee it's fairly easy and utterly worth it.
Travelling from Athens: Tinos is connected to Athens’ two main ports, Piraeus and Rafina. The ride can last from 2 to 5 hours depending on the preferred ferry or port.
Travelling from Mykonos: Tinos is only 30 minutes away.
The villa is located 6 km (10 minutes by car) away from the port of Tinos and 3 km (5 minutes by car) away from the nearest beaches.