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Highlights in Tinos
- Archaeological Museum of Tinos
- Kolimvithra Beach
- Aegean Maritime Museum
- Museum of Marble Crafts
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Has the time come to decide where you would like to enjoy your next holiday? Are you looking for a family fun holiday destination that combines beautiful beaches, traditional picturesque villages, historical and cultural interest in archaeology, magnificent views? Tinos has a mix of these charms, you can visit authentic Cycladic villages are a fascinating experience, the Archaeological Museum of Tinos, the beautiful Kolimvithra Beach. We offer you our platform Holidu, through its technology it gives you a variety of holiday home rentals where you can find an accommodation completely tailored to your needs and have an unforgettable stay, full of exciting adventures for everyone to enjoy.Spacious holiday lettings with stunning natural views and beautiful gardens
The holiday rentals in Tinos, Greece, offer excellent opportunities for you to enjoy your holidays with the family, decorated for your comfort, with cool spaces, where you can relax and at the same time have fun with the children as they have ample space to play, if you wish you can organize picnics outdoors as they have beautiful gardens accompanied by enchanting views of the Aegean Sea, next to a beautiful beach and also close to the city. Tinos and the beautiful holiday rentals we offer you, is the place where you can enjoy and discover the true taste of Greece, full of charming environments to enhance your holiday experience.
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The area and getting around
Mykonos is located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea route, it has fabulous mooring characteristics, characterized by strong gusts of wind, which is why there are several windmills near the harbour, being one of the most recurrent pictures and postcards of the Cyclades Islands accompanied by a fantastic landscape. One of the most popular windmills is the one at Kato Myloi, south of the port of Chora, near the sea, between Alefkadra and the Niohori district.Enjoy surfing in the waters of Kolimvithra Beach
This beach is a paradise for surfers due to the constant presence of wind that favours the practice of this sport discipline with its inspiring crystalline waters, it has a surf school ideal for beginners and for those who already have experience, the sand is fantastic, it has beautiful views, umbrellas for your rest, restaurants for you to delight yourself with its delicious food.
Travellers and activities
Archaeological Museum of Tenos, capital of the island of Tenos, main road of Chora archipelago of the Cyclades, houses archaeological exhibits, pieces from the temple of Poseidon and Amphitrite of Kionia, sculptures from the Archaic and Roman periods, coins, pottery, statues of Roman emperors and nobles, fantastic real and imaginary sea creatures in the courtyard, scenes of lions attacking horses, marvellous chariots.Tinos for art lovers
The Tsoklis Museum on the Plain of Tinos, predominantly a living narrative of the artist's discourse, images and dreams, summarizes a historical path of a great artist, there are paintings that change every year so that visitors can visit again to see the new exhibits, it has an imposing sculpture of St. George slaying the dragon in the courtyard, a work of art that connects the classical and the modern, a hybrid style that exemplifies the artist's work.
Did you know that according to mythology, the man in charge of protecting Tinos was Poseidon, god of the sea and earthquakes, and when he banished the snakes from there, he gave instructions to build a temple in their honour?
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Housed in a traditional 19th century mansion in the heart of Mykonos Town, its founder George M. Drakopoulos, promotes the preservation and study of Greek maritime history, specializing in the merchant ship history of the Aegean Sea, in the museum courtyard there are cannons, anchors, ship rudders, while inside ship models, maps and navigational instruments, shipping documents, ancient coins, a giant lighthouse lantern located in the garden along with a collection of artefacts.2. Meet the Museum of Marble Crafts
It is located in an impressive settlement where all the buildings and roads are made of marble, modern design, it has several very interesting exhibits to learn more about the role of marble for the economy and population of the island, it shows the origin and history of marble explanations, photos, videos, drawings, showing an overview of how marble is worked and used.3. Come and enjoy the charms of Little Venice
Located in Chora Mykonos, also known as Mykonos Town, the seaside neighbourhood of Little Venice is one of the best places to watch the island's sunset, rows of picturesque whitewashed fishermen's houses, some occupied by bars, clothing shops, handicraft shops, souvenirs, restaurants, guided walking tours, shore excursions, visit Kalafatis beach, the monastery of Panagia Tourliani in Ano Mera.4. Meet the Church of Panagia Paraportiani
Panagia Paraportiani, literally meaning, Our Lady of the secondary or inner gate, is one of the oldest on the island, located in the Kastro or castle area, next to the sea, it has a bell tower and a dome, it was built on a hill fortified by the Venetians, of which some vestiges of the walls still remain, its architecture of lines and curves, its charming white colour, outlined in a blue sky and the light that changes according to the time of the day make it a very attractive place.5. Enjoy the delicious menu at Ouzo a Agnanti and Vassilis' Taverns
Beautiful are charming places where the priority is to delight their customers, you can savour attractive local specialities, cheeses, louza, froutalia with sausages, potatoes, pumpkin dumplings, lamb, local mushrooms cooked or grilled, lentils, baked goat, artichokes in pickles, omelettes, cod with garlic, braised rabbit, lemongrass veal, salads with tomatoes, capers.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Tinos
How much did it cost for a holiday rental in Tinos last year?
Last year revealed that Tinos has an annual average price of £168 per night.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Tinos?
Travellers who want to save as much as possible should visit Tinos in November, October, and April which are the months that offer the most discounts, with average prices of £140, £147, and £149 per night, respectively, based on prices from the previous year.
When does the price of holiday rentals in Tinos go up the most?
When it comes to looking for a holiday letting in Tinos, the most expensive months are, in descending order, August, January and February with average prices per night of £196, £192, and £184, respectively.
Is it necessary to plan a trip to Tinos well in advance?
When going on holiday to Tinos, we recommend you to be proactive, as 56% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
In the previous year, the months with the largest number of available properties in Tinos were May, April, and June with average availabilities of 64%, 60% and 58%, respectively.
During which months are there fewer rentals available in Tinos?
Holiday lettings in Tinos reach their peak in demand in August, with an availability rate of 19%. The second most in-demand month is December with 32%, and the third is January with 33%.
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