Tinos is well-known as “the island of Art and Culture” thanks to its galleries, museums, religious and archaeological monuments and the biggest Marble Sculpture School in Greece.

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Information about the port of Kos

Kos has daily connections to all the Dodecanese islands and Piraeus and regular boats to the Cyclades. There is also ferry service weekly to Samos and Thessaloniki. There are available routes from Kos to Bodrum in Turkey.

Information about the port of Tinos

Several daily passenger routes connect Tinos to either Piraeus or Rafina. There also are itineraries to Mykonos, Paros, Santorini, Syros, Naxos and Heraklion in Crete.