How to arrive in Tinos

The best way to get to Tinos is to fly directly to Mykonos airport or to Athens and then take a boat from Mykonos port (15min) or Rafina port (2-4 hours depending on the Ferry type) respectively. Ferries are also available from Piraeus port, but the journey is longer (5 hours) and with less frequency

From Mykonos airport to Mykonos New Port it is advisable to take a cab (it takes about 10 min) and costs around €20, while bus is €2.5 and take 30 minutes (frequency vary during the day but there are one every 1-2 hours, see this link).

From Athens airport to Rafina Portit is more convenient to take the bus (costs €4), or alternatively a cab if the bus schedule doesn’t suit you (costs €35-45).

To get to Piraues from Athens city center take the green line of the metro, which connects to the Omonia and Monastiraki stations.

Bus Athens airport (ATH) – Rafina Port
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Bus Athens city center – Rafina port
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Athens metro map
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For info on ferry schedule please visit or download the following apps:
Islands: iPhone App for Greek ferries Android app on Google Play

Please contact us if you need any help with arranging your trip.

Once at the port of Tinos, either the large one or the one for Seajet only, follow the main street having the sea on your left. After approximately 500m you will find a T cross, take the first road uphill on the left. You should see the windmill from the street.

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