Tinos Island

Triantaros Luxury Houses

Here, Inspire Aegean Sea, giving life to its name, comes to full-fill you with unique images and experiences offering three fully equipped, ultra-modern residences, which are in-line with the natural surrounded environment and respecting the local architecture — yet with a more minimal approach.
Cycladic architecture, harmoniously combined with industrial elements, in a panoramic location with breathtaking views. The secret of success is hidden behind the combination of the top contemporary facilities with the opulent that derives from the traditional Greek hospitality.
Be inspired by the wild beauty of this blessed island. Meet the beauties of Tinos by enjoying the luxury and comfort that our residences offer.

  • 3 Level Messonette

  • King Size Bed (1.60 x 2.00)

  • Sea View Veranda

  • Full Equipt

  • Free Wifi

  • 166 m2 each one

  • 6 Person

  • 3 Bedrooms

  • 2,5 Bathrooms

  • Aircool

  • Beauty Products

  • Extra sheet

  • Pet Friendly

  • Electrical Devices

  • Smart TV

  • Living Room with 2 Sofas

  • Veranda Furnitures

  • Sea Beds

  • Private Parking

  • Garden

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Triantaros III

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The Island

Tinos is the fourth largest island in the Cyclades (area 194.59 sq. km.). It has 8,636 inhabitants divided into 62 settlements. It belongs to the northern Cyclades and is located southeast of Andros and northwest of Mykonos.

Tinos was named after King Tinos, the first settler of the island and leader of a group of Ionians from the Karia of Asia Minor, who resided here during the prehistoric years.
According to a Greek myth, the god of the sea Poseidon sent a swarm of storks in order to get rid of thousands of snakes that had almost invaded the island. Thus, the residents were grateful to Poseidon and his mythical wife Amfitritis, who raised two temples to honor them as their protectors. . These temples are located in the area of Kionia within walking distance from Tinos town. Indeed these two temples during the historical times evolved into a large religious center where the Pilgrims of the sacred Delos stopped first for catharsis. The original names of the island were “Ophiusa” and “Hydroessa” or “Ydrousa” from the greek word ‘snake’ and the rich natural sources of the island. Hence, the plot of the myth.

The highest mountain of the island with a height of 726 m is Tsiknias, which is located in the east. In the central part dominates the steep rock of Exomvourgo (or Xombourgo) with 641 m height with an ancient Venetian city, whose upper part is unaffected because it is steep from the three sides and also known as the plateau of Patela or “Valley of war”.
The total length of the coastline, which presents a rich horizontal and vertical dismemberment, with many coves and capes, is estimated at a total of 114 kilometres along with the rocky islets at the north end, and the islets Drakonisi and Prasonisia on the northern coasts, while the beaches are in a short distance from the coast that reaches approximately 37 nautical miles.

Villages

One element that makes Tinos stand out is its villages. Authentic traditional Cycladic villages with great interest as they list more than 45 villages, each with its own history.
Arches, cobbled streets, flowery gardens, features of Tinian houses, mills and dovecotes are unaltered samples of local folk architecture.
The main emphasis has been given in the guest’s interaction with the natural environment, as well as in the local elements and traditions. Our concept is clearly based on each property’s location and the guest’s relation with the surroundings. Design comes silently to serve the guests’ need for getting in touch with nature, but mostly with themselves.
It is worth visiting some of them to taste local delicacies in the traditional taverns, walk in the beautiful alleys,visit their museums, archaeological sites and religious temples.
After all, there is no greater source of inspiration than a full experience in the special and unique destinations in Greece!

Tinos Town

Triantaros

Two villages

Arnado

Kardhianí

Isternia

Tower

Ktikados

Ismail

Panormos

Myrsini

Komi

Veradados

Berdemiaros

Close

Volax

Agapi

Kalloni

Eagle Nest

Kechros

Koumaros

Saffron

Middle

Mamados

Marlas

Monasteries

Wide

Perastra

Kampos

Karpail

Karya

Baths

Lazaros

Jados

Tripotamos
Skalados

Skohorio

Smardatiko

Sperados

Falatados

Fero Village

Chatzirados

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Beaches

Tinos strongest points are the beaches, suntrap or with waves, depending on the winds, visitors may choose where to enjoy swimming and other activities.Beautiful beaches isolated or organized with Beach Bars and Water Sports, accessible by car or by boat offer absolute moments of relaxation for visitors that seek a cherished time off. The clean and deep blue waters in combination with the golden beaches, the pebbles and the steep cliffs satisfy all the requirements throughout the year.In total there are 41 beaches, 20 on the southwest, 8 in southeast and 13 on the northeast side.

Discover each one of them!

Southwest Side

Vathi

White Glass

Ysternia

Rope

Kusinia

Yiannaki Bay

Kalyvia

Saint Peter

Chortiáti

Apiganias

Ag. Romanos

Panousa

Piso Dialyskar

Front Dialyskar

Platia Ammos

Kionia

Cross

Reeds

Agkali

Ag. Fokas

Saint Marcos

South East Side

Agios Dimitrios
Santa Margarita
Lychnaftia
Pachia Ammos Beach
Saint John
Agia Kyriaki
Skiladar
Ayios Sostis

North East Side

Wool
Koumelas
Kavourouko
The Holy Sea
Panormos
Rothanks
Vathi
Platis Gialos
Madrononisi
Kolibithra
Warehouses
Old Agios Fylaktos
Livada

Recomended Beached

Paths

01. Church of Monday | Floporia (Junction to Agios Romanos) (5.8 km-2h)

02. Kardiani | Yiannaki Bay (5.5 km-2h)

03. Agios Nikolaos (Kampos) | Panousa Stream | Dialiskari | Agios Stefanos | Gastiras Cave | Thick Sand | Kionia (6.4 km-2h30 ′)

04th Close | Maruli | Santa Margarita (4km-1h15 ′)

05. Beach Lysaaftia | Steni (2 km-50 ′)

06. Saint Spiridonas | Karya | Jados | Monastery of Kechrovouni | Agios Nikolaos | Sotiraki (2 km-50 ′)
07. Kromvouni | Aghios Petros | Two villages | Axahakia | Ai Giannis Portos (7.5 km-3h)

08th Volax | Love (2.6 km-1h)

09th Sperados | Moudados | Chora (5.3 km-1h40 ′)

LANDMARKS

Cultural sites

Museum of Marble Arts
Museum of Marble Sculpture
Chalepas Museum
Tsoclis Museum

Archeological Sites

Museum of Archaeology
Sanctuary of Poseidon
Delos – Rineia

Religious sites

Ursulines Monastery
Monastery of Pelagias
Monastery of Panagia of Tinos.