International Flights to Athens, Car rental in Tinos (strongly recommended), Private travel guides, Personal expenses, Tips & gratuities.
Living Theros Luxury Suites
This rate is based on the first available room type of this hotel and is subject to change.
On a per night basis, assuming double occupancy.
Authentic suites with modern Cycladic design of breathtaking beauty where you discover the hundred-year-old island history, encounter heartfelt experiences and bond with nature! Through unique architecture, stunning design, warm hospitality and an immersion in the local scene, the suites attract the world to its doorstep.
Location score is based on Google Maps and evaluates the hotel's proximity to nearby things to do, transportation, and airports.
Good for visitors
Good location overall for sightseeing, recreation, dining, and getting around
Double Room Sea View with Private Terrace
Superior Double Room Sea View
Junior Suite Sea View
Outdoor Jacuzzi Junior Suite Sea View
Aeolis Tinos Suites
Superior Room Side Sea View
Premium Double Sea View
Junior Suite Sea View
Deluxe Suite Sea View
Private Pool Suite Sea View
Phos Villas Tinos
Eos Villa with Private Hot Tub and Sea View 96m²
Helios Villa with Private Pool and Sea View 96m²
Selene Villa with Private Pool and Sea View 96m²
Mr & Mrs White Tinos
Premium Double Room
Superior Sea View Room
Junior Suite Upper Floor Sea View
Friends and Family Suite
Athens International Airport to Rafina Port
• Round-trip private transfer
• Flat fee, equivalent to a taxi from the line
• Flight-monitoring for delays
• Licensed English-speaking driver
Arrive in Athens International Airport and be greeted by your private driver. Make your way to Rafina port and hop on a 2.5hr ferry ride to Tinos.
Arrive in Tinos and get settled in to your hotel. Freshen up and drive to Triantaraki for a coffee or quick bite in the traditional village of Triantaros.
If you’re ready for the beach, head to Bianco beach bar to unwind or if you feel more adventurous try Apigania (unorganised beach).
On your way back, stop at Agnanti in Ktikados for a Greek traditional lunch at this pantry-cum-taverna hidden spot.
Day 2 - Kardiani and Kolibithra
Wake up in Tinos and head to Exo Meria for an unforgettable view and breakfast.
If it’s not too windy head to Kolibithra surfer’s beach, stopping at the Ursulines Convent for a culture pit.
For a late lunch, stop at Thalassaki on your way back. Make sure you have a reservation and budget enough time to indulge their gourmet treats.
At night wander around Chora to catch some local action.
Day 3 - Vourni and Komi
Time to explore the mountainous terrain of Tinos. Head to Volax to witness this magical location with the huge rocks. On your way to the beach, stop also at Exovourgo for some more sightseeing.
Spend a lazy day at Bianco beach bar also having something to nibble. At night, drive to the tiny village of Komi for meze dinner at Svoura.
Day 4 - Agia Thalassa, Pyrgos and Dyo Choria
Day 4 and you’re ready for a long trek to Agia Thalassa and its sister cove Planitis in the north part of Tinos.
On your way back stop at Pyrgos, one of the most popular villages of Tinos. You can also visit the marbles museum.
At night, head to the traditional piazza of Dyo Choria for some nice meze at Kapaki.
Day 5 - Chora
Last few days in Tinos and you should definitely visit the church in Chora – a sacred place visited from all over Greece. Walk around the main street of Tinos in case you want to buy some local produce or souvenirs.
At night, get a reservation at Tarsanas by the sea (unless it’s too windy) and enjoy some local treats (both fish and meat).
Day 6 - Myrsini
Before you head off, budget a home-cooked lunch at Teresa’s pantry in Myrsini. All of their dishes are made from local produce and ingredients and they all taste delicious!
Your ferry ride from Tinos to Rafina port in Athens will be much sweeter! Arrive at Rafina port where you’ll be greeted by your private driver for a 30min ride to Athens International Airport.