Tinos ferries connect Cyclades Islands with Athens & Crete with crossings available to Mykonos, Syros, Andros, Naxos, Ios, Thira, Paros & Kea (in Cyclades Islands), Piraeus & Rafina (in Athens) & Heraklion (in Crete). Sailings from Tinos are operated by numerous ferry companies.
There are up to 46 ferry crossings daily from Tinos with sailing durations starting from 20 minutes. Our Tinos ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.
Tinos is a Greek island situated in the Aegean Sea, belonging to the Cyclades archipelago that rests just off the east coast of Greece’s mainland. Many ferry routes depart the port each day, heading to neighbouring islands as well as to Piraeus on the east coast.
Other Greek islands may bogart a debauched reputation, whereas Tinos is something of the opposite. Many who visit Tinos do so with the intention to embark on a pilgrimage to Panagia Megalochari, a spiritual home for many Greek residents. The church may be the primary appeal for the island, yet Tinos is flooded with quaint villages, each offering a unique service or product. Wooden baskets and flowers adorn many doorways, and alluring artwork and sculptures add some decoration to the narrow streets and charming town squares.
Most of the villages have remained fairly simplistic, surrounded by verdant fields and rugged mountainside, standing proud in a sea of white. For anyone longing for a peaceful break amid picturesque surroundings, Tinos’ peaceful atmosphere and glorious landscape is perfect for escaping the stresses of the modern world.
Tinos’ cobbled streets and endless greenery lend themselves to be covered on foot, which is the usual choice.
Port of Tilos, 85002 Tilos
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