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Tinos Villages, Towns of Tinos Island - Kampos, Kionia, Chora Village Tinos Greece



Only 3 km away from Hora, this scenic village offers a panoramic view to the Aegean and a wonderful beach ideal for swimming. Here you will find the ancient sanctuary of Poseidon and Amfitriti.

The excavations revealed certain parts of both the temples, as well as of the baths and the hospice, and many sculptures that verify their majesty. At a distance of one km west of the village, among the coastal rocks of the homonymous bay is formed the entrance of the Gastria cave with a 50 meters length and an internal with many inscriptions and a peculiar semicircular structure.

You can swim at the lovely sandy beach and you can also enjoy a delicious meal at the numerous taverns of the settlement. Kionia is one of the most developed areas of Tinos full of big hotel complexes and apartments for rent for your accommodation.

At a distance of 10 km from Hora lies this impressive village, the place where Agia Pelagia had a vision of the Virgin Mary's icon. The special feature of this village is the 200 dovecots which give a unique style on the landscape, made of the local stone and having one or more facades, adorned by geometrical shapes in a harmonious ensemble.

Here you will also find the only operating windmill of the island as well as the attractive churches of Agia Triada and Agia Ekaterini. A few km from Kampos you will find the endless beach of Agios Romanos where you can enjoy your swim.

If you are a fun of tours around the island you will have the opportunity to taste a bit of unknown Tinos and its settlements, either walking around the villages or with your car.

The only thing you should pay attention to are the narrow roads with the steep curves.

At the entrance of the village Ktikado observe the oldest bell tower of the island at the catholic church of Timios Stavros.

Other impressive villages are Triantaros, Dio Horia and Volax, situated in the middle of a landscape scattered with granite rocks.