Swimming in Cyclades Islands


Agios Ioannis beach (east of Hora) in Porto offers a lot of restaurants and hotels, as well as a little harbour with a sandy beach
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Agios Markos beach in Kionia is sandy and clean, with some umbrellas, trees and not far from the main town of Tinos.
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Agios Romanos features a sandy beach that is quieter than others, as well as one nice tavern.
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Agios Sostis is quite popular and has very clean water, also with tavernas on the beach. It lies some 5 kilometers southeast of Hora.
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Isternia beach, near the village by the same name, is a mixed pebble and sand beach, ideal if you want to have lunch at one of the two fish taverns. Tere is also a cafe.
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Kolymbithra, some 20 kilometers north of Tinos, has a couple of stunning beaches with finer sand, as well as hotels, bars and restaurants in the vicinity.
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Lychnaftia beach is very quiet, without umbrellas and restaurants. There is a dirt road leading there from Agios Ioannis.
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Ormos Giannaki near the village of Kardiani is more pebbly yet mixed with sand. Umbrellas, tavernas and good views await visitors.
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Pachia Ammos offers sandy dunes and crystal waters to the east of Port Beach.
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Skyladar, a town not far from Tinos, is quite secluded and offers a few small, picturesque hotels plus a little supermarket. There's a very nice beach and not too many people.
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