Situated at a height of 284 meters and surrounded by enormous rocks,
Volax is the main destination for those who want to experience one of Greece's most majestic natural sceneries.
It is also known as the village of basketry.
Ηere you can find a folklore museum and an outdoor theatre in which many cultural events take place during the summer period. .
Kardiani, built on a steep hill, ends on a peaceful beach,
with which it is now linked by an asphalted road. Best known for its beautiful flora,
magnificent view and its impressive architecture.
It is the birthplace of saint Pelagia who foresaw in a vision the finding of Virgin Mary's holy icon.
Known as Tinos' capital for fine arts and sculpture, Pirgos is perhaps one of the main destinations for visitors. It is the focus for great painters and sculptors whose artworks adorn the village's expos, museums and even its alleys. You may also visit the museum of Halepas, the new museum of sculptures and don't forget to stop by the famous village square.
Five kilometers eastern from the town of Tinos is located one of the blue beaches on the island. Beginning with Aghios Sostis, starts a long coastal area which is linked with the Porto beach. The sea here deepens gradually and this is what makes Porto beach one of the safest beaches on the island, especially for young children.