Attractions In Tinos

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Abbey of the Ursulines
Cyclades / Tinos

The village of Loutra is more green than others on the island, and hosts the Abbey of the Ursulines, a catholic convent founded in 1862. The convent also hosts the folklore museum and reveals much about this island’s unique history.

Antonios Sochos Museum
Cyclades / Tinos

Also part of the Church of Panagia buildings, the museum reveals the life of this well-known scholar from Tinos, with plaster and wood carvings made by the artist.

Archaeological Museum
Cyclades / Tinos

In the centre of Hora, this museum boasts Tinian findings including ancient household objects, vases from the Geometric era, archaic amphorae, dating to the 5th century BC,coins, mosaics and part of the frieze from the altar of Poseidon.

Archives of the Catholic Bishopric
Cyclades / Tinos

Go back in time with the thousands of papers and documents about Catholicism – and its relation to culture, society and economy – in the Cyclades. Some of these go as far back as the 15th and 16th centuries.

Art Gallery Church of Panagia
Cyclades / Tinos

The church complex is home to over 100 paintings and replicas by famous artists, both Greek and foreign. This includes artworks from the Ionian and Italian renaissance periods, as well as cutlery, vases, bibelots and others.

Ecclesiastical Museum of Arnados
Cyclades / Tinos

In the village by the same name, this museum features rich icons from different churches as well as religious paraphernalia from vestments to old books.

Exomvourgo
Cyclades / Tinos

On a rocky hill of granite in Exomvourgo or simply Xombourgo (which means “outside the castle”) lie the ruins of an ancient archaeological site, dating between the 11th and 3rd centuries BC. There are remains of a temple of Dimitra from the 8th century BC, as well as a Venetian fort constructed in 1207. The capital of Tinos in medieval times was in this area.

Faneromeni
Cyclades / Tinos

On the Tsiknias mountain (highest top of the island, 727 m.) we find a coexistence example of the mixed religiously society of Tinos: the church of Faneromeni, a double church for Orthodox and Catholics.


Folklore Museum
Cyclades / Tinos

In the village of Komi in the middle of the island, there is a cultural museum that delves into the culture of the area.

Monastery of Kechrovouniou
Cyclades / Tinos

The Monastery of Kechrovouniou, dedicated to the dormition of Virgin Mary, is seen as one of the most important religious places on the island. It was built sometime in the 10th century and boasts an impressive iconostasis carved from wood in addition to an epitaph from Russia dated 1558 and some post-Byzantine icons. The village-like monastery is Cycladic in style and architecture, containing the Church of Osia Pelagia (a saint whose vision helped locate the icon of the virgin). The church also has an important collection of ecclesiastical objects and icons.

Moni Gyrlas
Cyclades / Tinos

The Gyrlas Monastery dedicated to Agia Triada was established in the 11 century. It holds a stupendous iconostasis carved out of wood, as well as some rare icons. The monastery also hosts the Museum of Popular Architecture of Tinos.

Museum of Panormitan Artists
Cyclades / Tinos

Very interesting relief works and sculptures by Greek artists are on display here (beside the museum of Yiannoulis Chalepas).

Museum of Tinian Artists
Cyclades / Tinos

The village of Ysternia features a little museum of local artists. The village also hosts some great old churches (e.g. Agios Athanassios).

Panagia Katapoliani
Cyclades / Tinos

In Isternia, settlement on the top of a hill with old mills and amazing views to the sea, you will see the monastery of Panagia Katapoliani from 1786, the church of Defteris Evreseos, Agia Paraskevi with marvellous iconostasis, Agios Athanassios (one of the older churches of Tinos) and the Museum of Artists. In the bay of Isternia you can enjoy the sandy beach and the sea.

Panagia of Kioura Kardiani
Cyclades / Tinos

Roughly translated as Our Lady of Kardiani, this church is over 1000 years old and lies in the 17th century village of Kardiani with its marble-laden village houses. The village itself is worth a visit as it hangs over the rocks and boasts spectacular views of the sea (nearby there is a cemetery dating from the 9th century BC).

Panagia Vrysiotissa
Cyclades / Tinos

In Agios Romanos, the church of Panagia Vrysiotissa (roughly translated to Our Lady the Finder) is a favourite for Catholic followers. It is named after the icon of Virgin Mary which was found during the 17th century.

Virgin Mary of Rosario
Cyclades / Tinos

In Xinara, seat of the archbishop of the Catholics of Tinos, we find the catholic cathedral, dedicated to the Virgin Mary of Rozario.

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Exomvourgo
Cyclades / Tinos

On a rocky hill of granite in Exomvourgo or simply Xombourgo (which means “outside the castle”) lie the ruins of an ancient archaeological site, dating between the 11th and 3rd centuries BC. There are remains of a temple of Dimitra from the 8th century BC, as well as a Venetian fort constructed in 1207. The capital of Tinos in medieval times was in this area.

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Abbey of the Ursulines
Cyclades / Tinos

The village of Loutra is more green than others on the island, and hosts the Abbey of the Ursulines, a catholic convent founded in 1862. The convent also hosts the folklore museum and reveals much about this island’s unique history.

Faneromeni
Cyclades / Tinos

On the Tsiknias mountain (highest top of the island, 727 m.) we find a coexistence example of the mixed religiously society of Tinos: the church of Faneromeni, a double church for Orthodox and Catholics.


Monastery of Kechrovouniou
Cyclades / Tinos

The Monastery of Kechrovouniou, dedicated to the dormition of Virgin Mary, is seen as one of the most important religious places on the island. It was built sometime in the 10th century and boasts an impressive iconostasis carved from wood in addition to an epitaph from Russia dated 1558 and some post-Byzantine icons. The village-like monastery is Cycladic in style and architecture, containing the Church of Osia Pelagia (a saint whose vision helped locate the icon of the virgin). The church also has an important collection of ecclesiastical objects and icons.

Moni Gyrlas
Cyclades / Tinos

The Gyrlas Monastery dedicated to Agia Triada was established in the 11 century. It holds a stupendous iconostasis carved out of wood, as well as some rare icons. The monastery also hosts the Museum of Popular Architecture of Tinos.

Panagia Katapoliani
Cyclades / Tinos

In Isternia, settlement on the top of a hill with old mills and amazing views to the sea, you will see the monastery of Panagia Katapoliani from 1786, the church of Defteris Evreseos, Agia Paraskevi with marvellous iconostasis, Agios Athanassios (one of the older churches of Tinos) and the Museum of Artists. In the bay of Isternia you can enjoy the sandy beach and the sea.

Panagia of Kioura Kardiani
Cyclades / Tinos

Roughly translated as Our Lady of Kardiani, this church is over 1000 years old and lies in the 17th century village of Kardiani with its marble-laden village houses. The village itself is worth a visit as it hangs over the rocks and boasts spectacular views of the sea (nearby there is a cemetery dating from the 9th century BC).

Panagia Vrysiotissa
Cyclades / Tinos

In Agios Romanos, the church of Panagia Vrysiotissa (roughly translated to Our Lady the Finder) is a favourite for Catholic followers. It is named after the icon of Virgin Mary which was found during the 17th century.

Virgin Mary of Rosario
Cyclades / Tinos

In Xinara, seat of the archbishop of the Catholics of Tinos, we find the catholic cathedral, dedicated to the Virgin Mary of Rozario.

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Antonios Sochos Museum
Cyclades / Tinos

Also part of the Church of Panagia buildings, the museum reveals the life of this well-known scholar from Tinos, with plaster and wood carvings made by the artist.

Archaeological Museum
Cyclades / Tinos

In the centre of Hora, this museum boasts Tinian findings including ancient household objects, vases from the Geometric era, archaic amphorae, dating to the 5th century BC,coins, mosaics and part of the frieze from the altar of Poseidon.

Archives of the Catholic Bishopric
Cyclades / Tinos

Go back in time with the thousands of papers and documents about Catholicism – and its relation to culture, society and economy – in the Cyclades. Some of these go as far back as the 15th and 16th centuries.

Art Gallery Church of Panagia
Cyclades / Tinos

The church complex is home to over 100 paintings and replicas by famous artists, both Greek and foreign. This includes artworks from the Ionian and Italian renaissance periods, as well as cutlery, vases, bibelots and others.

Ecclesiastical Museum of Arnados
Cyclades / Tinos

In the village by the same name, this museum features rich icons from different churches as well as religious paraphernalia from vestments to old books.

Folklore Museum
Cyclades / Tinos

In the village of Komi in the middle of the island, there is a cultural museum that delves into the culture of the area.

Museum of Panormitan Artists
Cyclades / Tinos

Very interesting relief works and sculptures by Greek artists are on display here (beside the museum of Yiannoulis Chalepas).

Museum of Tinian Artists
Cyclades / Tinos

The village of Ysternia features a little museum of local artists. The village also hosts some great old churches (e.g. Agios Athanassios).

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Abbey of the Ursulines
Cyclades / Tinos

The village of Loutra is more green than others on the island, and hosts the Abbey of the Ursulines, a catholic convent founded in 1862. The convent also hosts the folklore museum and reveals much about this island’s unique history.

Archaeological Museum
Cyclades / Tinos

In the centre of Hora, this museum boasts Tinian findings including ancient household objects, vases from the Geometric era, archaic amphorae, dating to the 5th century BC,coins, mosaics and part of the frieze from the altar of Poseidon.

Exomvourgo
Cyclades / Tinos

On a rocky hill of granite in Exomvourgo or simply Xombourgo (which means “outside the castle”) lie the ruins of an ancient archaeological site, dating between the 11th and 3rd centuries BC. There are remains of a temple of Dimitra from the 8th century BC, as well as a Venetian fort constructed in 1207. The capital of Tinos in medieval times was in this area.

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