Travellers to Mykonos frequently search for visiting other islands for either all or part of a day near Mykonos.
Every year many travellers make a half-day trip from Mykonos to Delos, an uninhabited isle which is one of the most significant historic and archaeological sites in Greece.
The next getaway for a day is Tinos! There are many itineraries through the day from Mykonos to Tinos they start at 07.30 and the last one is at 18.45.
Unlike cosmopolitan Mykonos, which is one of the most contemporary and “touristy” destinations in Greece, Tinos offers a more authentic Greek island atmosphere and visitor experience.
Mykonos is popular mostly for its beaches, bars, restaurants and nightlife, and its legendary status as one of the leading holiday and party destinatios for many years now.
Tinos has excellent beachers, bars and restaurants, too, but it also has sights and features you won’t be able to find on Mykonos, including traditional villages, the most-visited greek Church of Panagia Evaggelistria and fabulous mountain scenery. An important center for religion with a long history of marble carving and stone artwork, Tinos gives visitors the opportunity to see a traditional side of Greece that’s almost impossible to find on Mykonos.
Because of their many contrasting attributes, the two islands might seem worlds apart. But since they’re separated by just a short ferry ride only half an hour away a daytrip to Tinos is a must!
So how can you get to Tinos?
You can catch the very first ride at 07.30 so you can have all day to wander around and see all the sights as well as have lunch or dinner in a local tavern.
You will have plenty of time to visit the Church of Panagia Evaggelistria, and Sanctuary of Poseidon.
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There are many routes everyday yearly from Mykonos to Tinos!