Mykonos to Tinos Full Day Tour at a Glance
Dive into some of Tinos’ most significant spots starting from Mykonos during Mykonos to Tinos Full Day Tour.
Mykonos to Tinos Full Day Tour Highlights
- See from up close and learn more about the great church of Holy Mary in Tinos.
- Visit from up close the lovely villages and houses.
- Wander around the pigeon houses that are there since the Venetian occupation.
- Observe the marbled houses and buildings that are made from the famous Tinos marble.
- Have a relaxed lunch at Pyrgos village.
Mykonos to Tinos Full Day Tour In Detail
The meeting is at 12:15 at the new port of Mykonos (Tourlos), where you will meet our correspondent and have a small briefing. You will reach Tinos island by a short 30-minute ferry ride. At the port of Tinos, your guide and bus will be waiting for you.
Visit the larger neighboring island of Mykonos full of beauty and art – experience this authentic Greek island!
Tinos houses the most important church of Greece, the impressive “Evangellistria” which was built for the miraculous icon “Megalochari”. It is the aim of pilgrimage for Greek people from all over the world.
Also, Tinos was inhabited by the Venetians for about 500 years and therefore there are still plenty of beautiful pigeon houses originating from these times and also many Catholic villages.
The island has many beautifully maintained traditional villages and many with marble sculpturing decorated houses, crafted by local Tinian marble artists.
Tinos is famous for its white and grey marble which is taken from the marble quarries in the north of the island and is also fitted in the Buckingham Palace in London and the Paris Louvre.
On our comfortable bus tour, we visit the church, see valleys of the pigeon houses, traditional villages (where you can enjoy lunch in a tavern with great views and local specialties), and the woman’s monastery of Kechrovouni with its picturesque views and wonderful architecture.
We also have stops in the Pyrgos which is the main town of marble where even the bus stop is of solid marble and we visit a marble artist in his workshop and the village of Volax, famous for its basket weaving tradition and the big granite rocks dominating the landscape.
Back in Tinos town, you have free time for shopping and to relax at the harbor front before we make our way back to Mykonos by ferry.
– Entrance Fees
– Hotel or Cruise ship Transfers
– English speaking escort / guide
– Car or Van with driver
State licensed guide
Personal travel insurance (contact us if you need)
Breakfast or lunch
Private or Organised tour
Bring your camera. You may take a lot of photos.
FAQs about the Mykonos to Tinos Full Day Tour
What happens in the event of rain?
All our bus tours run regardless of the weather. If an activity is canceled because of extreme weather conditions, you have the option to change the date, switch activity, or cancel and receive a refund.
What time is the pick-up time for the tours?
The pick-up time for all tours is the same as the meeting time indicated on your vouchers and our website. Please note that there may be a slight delay of 5-10 minutes, depending on the number of pickups we have scheduled. Please be ready 10 minutes before your trip to facilitate that.
How late can I make a booking?
You can make a booking with us literally at the last minute! Just keep in mind that there may be no seats left on the tour if you do that! We recommend booking at least one week in advance, to have the best chances of finding availability.
Which tours can I join on the same day?
This is a day tour, so you cannot participate in any of our other tours if you book it.
Cancellations received within 5 days of the tour will incur a 50% penalty for each person.
Cancellations received within 2 days of the tour will incur a 100% penalty for each person.
Unused features are non-refundable. No shows forfeit the entire payment.
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