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Aghia Thalassa, in Panormos. A small beach with a whitewashed country church and plenty of shade. You will go on foot.

Aghios Petros. A large beach, divided in two by a rock. It features the church of St. Peter (16th century).

Aghios Romanos. Popular to families this large sandy beach with crystal clear green waters. There are taverns, rooms to let, umbrellas -loungers and more. For those who seek more isolation there is a nearby sandy beach called Apigania accessible by a small path.

Aghios Sostis-Aghia Kyriaki. The famous sandy bay in front of Cavos Hotel, dominates the southeastern side of Tinos. Alongside there are small “settlements” consisting mainly of hotels, rooms to let, taverns, mini markets etc. Aghios Ioannis Porto is a smaller bay next to Aghia Kyriaki. As it has shallow waters, it is suitable for kids.

Aghios Fokas. A sandy beach very close to Hora of Tinos, featuring beach bars, seaside restaurants serving excellent dishes, hotels, rooms to let, water sports. In the recent years it became the most cosmopolitan on the island. It is protected by the wind and ideal for an evening stroll.

Apothikes. A large, sandy bay near Kolimpithres. It features umbrellas and sun loungers.

Kalyvia. Sandy, with clear waters and a beach bar.

Kionia. A good choice for the windy days, this large, sandy beach has easy access since it is next to the main road leading from Hora towards the Poseidon and Amfitriti sanctuary. There are beach bars renting umbrellas and sun loungers. Very close to Kionia there is the small, also protected by the winds, rocky Stavros bay offering great sunset view.

Kolimpithres. Divided in two -the Big and the Small Kolimpithra- it is one of the most popular on the northern side of Tinos. The Small is sheltered and has a collection of tanning beds, umbrellas restaurants, while the windy Big one is ideal for water sports enthusiasts who love huge waves.

Livada. Enjoy the wild beauty of this amazing beach where the granitic rocks (similar to those of Volax) are true works of art and the food in the nearby restaurant is delicious. The beach itself is a sandy and rocky mix and swimming is an adventure when the wind blows from the north, but can be like a lake when it doesn't. When its rough you need to be a good swimmer to enjoy the huge waves, otherwise just stand back and watch in awe! When the sea is calm we suggest you swim to the next small beach with the dark green pebbles. On the one side of Livada there is a small river, and you may walk up the path that leads to Falatados village -one of the most beautiful trails on the island.

Lichnaftia. A mix of sand and pebbles, this extended beach is located on the eastern shores of the island.

Isternia Bay. It combines a small sandy beach favorable to families and a small settlement with a few excellent fish taverns and restaurants -one of which is considered to be the best on the island.

Pachia Ammos (Thick Sand). A true miracle of nature! This extraordinary sandy bay combines crystal clear green waters, with a huge dune (hence the name), and inspiring rock formations. During the windy days we suggest you prefer diving from the rocks in order to avoid sandblasts. Take your own supplies since there are no sun beds or shadow.  

Rochari. A wide, sandy beach next to Panormos. It features loungers and umbrellas but it is often windy.

Santa Margarita. A wonderful sandy beach at the eastern shores of the island. It is large, isolated and protected by winds.

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