Lychnaftia beach is very quiet, without umbrellas and restaurants. There is a dirt road leading there from Agios Ioannis.
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Pachia Ammos offers sandy dunes and crystal waters to the east of Port Beach.
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.
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.
Ormos Giannaki near the village of Kardiani is more pebbly yet mixed with sand. Umbrellas, tavernas and good views await visitors.
Agios Sostis is quite popular and has very clean water, also with tavernas on the beach. It lies some 5 kilometers southeast of Hora.
Agios Romanos features a sandy beach that is quieter than others, as well as one nice tavern.
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.
Agios Markos beach in Kionia is sandy and clean, with some umbrellas, trees and not far from the main town of Tinos.
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