CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION OF VIRGIN MARY: It is located
in Tinos’ town.
There are numerous dovecotes throughout the island.
ARCHEOLOGICAL SIGHT: In Kionia there are the ruins
of an ancient temple. It has been the temple of gods Poseidon and
Amphitriti. Some findings of this place are being exhibited in the
Archeological Museum of Tinos.
HALEPAS HOUSE: It is the house of the great sculptor
Giannoulis Halepas and it is located in Pyrgos village.
:: THE MUSEUM
OF TINIAN ARTISTS PIRGOS
ARCHEOLOGICAL MUSEUM: It is located in Tinos’ town.
MUSEUM OF THE ARTISTS FROM YSTERNIA VILLAGE: This
museum is located in Ysternia village and it exhibits art works
of sculpors- artists who were born in Ysternia. Some of them
are the Futalis brothers, the Malakates brothers, Georgios Vitalis,
Lazaros Sohos, Antonios Sohos and Lazaros Lameras.
MUSEUM OF URSULINES LOUTRA
MUSEUM OF JESUITS
It is located in the village Steni and it has been recently
SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS: It is located in the village of Pyrgos
where the majority of Greek artists were born. The traditions
are being kept with the School of Fine Arts which operates
since 1956 and has shown off a lot of famous sculptors.
villages of Tinos Island
beaches of Tinos Island
THE LIBRARY OF P.I.I.E.T.:
It is located beside the Archeological Museum.
THE ANCIENT THEATRE:
The ruins of the ancient theatre are located in Kionia.
OPEN- AIR THEATRE:
The open- air theatre made of marble is located in the village Volax
where some cultural societies organize events and plays during the
AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS: Some of the windmills of the island have
been ruined and the rest of them are abandoned. Most of the watermills
are located in the village Perastra, while the agricultural buildings
are spread throughout the island.
THE VILLAGE OF PYRGOS:
the most ancient village of Tinos Island
THE WAR’S FIELD: It
has a lot of archeological interest.
THE PYRGIA: Two abandoned
towers near the village Aetofolia.