Tinos island from the first image gives a sense of Cycladic landscape.
It is the third largest island of the Cyclades after Andros and Naxos.
Tinos combines, through its architecture, the urban character of previous years with developments in current, modern times. Neoclassical houses, architecture 18th and 19th century, alleys island and modern structures, commercial traffic coexist throughout the island.
Tinos offered to browse sites such as textile school, the chapel of the Catholic church of St. Nicholas, the Temple of Poseidon and Amphitrite Kionia the Tinian Artists Museum and Art Gallery at the Sanctuary of Our Lady Foundation, but also the complex multilateralism in its permanent exhibition Giannoulis Halepas.
Of course as Cycladic island has wonderful, organized or natural beaches awarded for the purity of their waters.
The beach Kionion is a well organized, cosmopolitan beach very close to the town of Tinos is not alone.
Surely what makes Tinos stand not only in Greece is the impressive Temple of the Virgin Mary. Built on the site where the miraculous icon of the Virgin Mary after visions a humble nun, St. Pelagia, the church impresses with its imposing and the priesthood hides giving real hope to Christians.