The top 5 beaches of Tinos

The best beaches for summer vacations in Tinos

Tinos has some of the most beautiful beaches of the Aegean!
Quiet and secluded or cosmopolitan with beach bars and water sports. Beaches easily accessible or with little hiking. Fine sand, pebbles, or rocks. Leeward or with the waves.

For every taste.

Whether you want to swim in the deep blue waters or explore the sea floor, or do activities and sports, or just lie down in the sun, in Tinos you will find everything to choose the one that suits you.

We picked for you what we think are the best …

Agios Fokas

The beach of Agios Fokas is the largest and most organized beach in Tinos, and It is close to the city.

 A large and wide sandy beach that is close to many tourist businesses.

  • Sandy.
  • Umbrellas, sun loungers, beach bars, and restaurants.
  • Sea sports.
  • Natural shade.
  • Easy access by car and public transport.


It is close to the city. It is an organized and cosmopolitan beach next to the ancient temple of Poseidon overlooking the sea. It has fine sand and is leeward, while you can find a variety of restaurants, taverns, bars, and coffee shops on the beach.

   Sandy and pebbles.
  • Umbrellas, sun loungers, beach bars, and restaurants.
  Natural shade.
  • Easy access by car and public transport.


It is one of the most famous beaches on the island. In fact, we are talking about two beaches. The smallest is in a bay well protected from the Northwind. It is the most cosmopolitan, organized with sun loungers and umbrellas. The largest is more remote and exposed to the northern winds. In addition to the small rock caves, there is also a windsurf school. There are also picturesque taverns in the bay of the small beach and beach bar. You can also rent canoes, water bicycles, etc.

  • Sandy.
  • Umbrellas, sun loungers, beach bars, and restaurants.
  • Water sports, windsurf.
  • Easy access by car and public transport.


It is a quiet beach, picturesque with wild beauty and fine pebbles. A beach in the wild, and there you will find a beautiful traditional tavern near the duck pond.

Even if the route is tiresome, the result will justify you because nature, the grand artist, has created this place with sculptures on white and green rocks to inspire artists. From the clear waters to the deep blue of the sea, and the delta of the torrent descending from Xombourgo.

  • Pebbles.
  • Bars and restaurants.
  • Natural shade.
  • Moderate access by car.


On the way to Pyrgos, you will go left and in a few kilometers, you will meet Kalyvia. It is one of the most sheltered beaches when there is wind on the island. With pebbles and sand, you can swim either in the organized beach or in the natural shade with the trees. The beach is great in length, and it is wide while there is a beach bar with umbrellas and sun loungers…

  • Sand and pebbles
  • Umbrellas, sun loungers, beach bars, and restaurants.
  • Natural shade
  • Easy access by car

And because tastes differ, there are other beaches organized or not, for you to discover such as Agios Sostis, Vourni, Porto, Agapiani, Agia Thalassa, Ysternia, Rohari etc.

You can also see our choices to visit places about CultureReligion and Hiking by clicking on the links.



Also, visit our new website and see the routes we have prepared with the interactive maps (1st, 2nd, and 3rd route) that make up the one-day tour and visit them with our rental vehicles.

See also our travel guides for the Museums, Beaches, Villages, Food, and the Town of Tinos…