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Island Tour

The island of contrasts

Medieval villages and lunar landscapes, elaborate dovecots and forsaken windmills, thriving vineyards and serpentine paths, secluded convents and ancient temples, basket weaving and marble sculpture, Catholicism and Orthodoxy co-existing in harmony, traditional architecture and avant garde cuisine.

Can all these be found in just one place? The answer is yes if we are talking about Tinos Island. Take a tour of the handmade island, as it is often referred to, and you are certain to be astonished by the raw, pristine beauty of this unexplored Aegean gem.


Let us help you unveil the beauty and intriguing history of our island during a 7 hour private tour. Adjust the start and finish time to fit your plan, lay back in your air conditioned, chauffer driven vehicle and enjoy the day at your pace. Our expert local guide will help you customize the tour to fit your own needs and interests and make the most of your day.

Tour highlights

The ruins of the island’s medieval capital on top of Exomvourgo.

Learn about the Venetian era on the island as you enjoy a wonderful view of the never ending blue of the Aegean Sea and the surrounding islands.

The village of Volax situated in the middle of a lunar landscape ,unique in the world.

Wander around the island’s most alluring village, talk to a local basket weaver, get to know about local architecture and medieval villages and take lots of photos of the mini open air theatre.

The Ursuline convent in Loutra village and its majestic garden.

Visit the inside of the convent (we like to call it a time capsule!) and travel 150 years back in time. Find yourself in the most beautiful garden on the island and enjoy your coffee or a snack at the convent’s café.

The impressive pigeon houses, in the village of Tarampados.

Admire the island’s most distinctive attraction and learn about the important role pigeons played in the islands history.

The artistic heart of Tinos, the village of Pyrgos.

Source of the famous Tinian marble and birthplace of numerous artists, Pyrgos is actually a village made of marble. Stroll around this open air museum, visit marble workshops and museums, talk to local artists, enjoy a shot of raki (traditional Greek spirit) at the village square and get yourself a souvenir from one of the village’s traditional shops.

The picturesque port of Pyrgos, Panormos.

Most favourable summer destination for both locals and tourists, the natural port of Panormos is sure to enchant you. If fresh fish is one of your favourite delicacies, this is the place to enjoy it!


What is included

  • Pick up at the place of your choice
  • Private transportation with air conditioned vehicle by certified transport company.
  • Professional local driver
  • Experienced English speaking local guide

What is not included

  • Entrance fees to museums
  • Food and drinks
  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities (optional)


  • Up to 5 persons: Total 440 €
  • Up to 7 persons: Total 510 €
  • Please contact us for larger groups.

* Prices refer to our most popular activities. However, if you need a tailor made tour/activity, just contact us and we will be glad to organize it with you.

* Special prices for big groups

* All taxes and fees are included.

Booking and cancellation terms

A deposit of 20% is required to book your desired tour. The balance of the payment can be paid on the day of the tour upon arrival. Please note that cash is preferred.

A refund will be available for cancellations made at least 2 days prior to selected tour.

If the tour is cancelled due to bad weather conditions, the full amount will be refunded unless you wish to reschedule.

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