You can rent the entire villa or the upper floor or the lower floor...

Traditional Cycladic architecture meets discrete luxury in this unique villa of 300sqm, in a property of 4500sqm, terraces with unlimited view directly to the Aegean Sea, facing Dilos and Mykonos. The house is very close to the famous beaches of ''Pachia Ammos", Lixnaftia and Skyladar. Also not too far from the house there are bakery, minimarket, restaurants and beach bars.
Our 300 m2 Villa has 5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and can accommodate 13 people so is ideal for families and friends.
Features: Main House size: 300m2
Private Property: 4500 m2
Auxiliary spaces (verandas, porches, storage space, garden): 200 m2
5 Bedrooms, sleeps 13, 3.5 Bathrooms
Parking space (8 cars)

  • Barbeque area
  • Outdoor shower area
  • Private road leads to the house
  • Upper Level
  • 1st Bedroom & TV - 1 king size double bed
  • 2nd Bedroom & TV - 2 Single big beds
  • 3rd Bedroom & TV - 1 Double bed
  • Baby crib provided upon request
  • Extra folding bed provided upon request
  • Living room & TV - 1 sofa (three sits), 1 sofa (two sits)
  • Dining room - 1 big dining table with 8 chairs
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Fireplace
  • 1.5 Bathrooms
  • Lower level
  • 1st Bedroom & TV- 1 king size double bed
  • 2nd Bedroom - 2 Single beds
  • Living room & TV- 1 sofa can be turned to double bed (three sits), 2 sofas (two sits)
  • Dining room - 1 big dining table with 6 chairs
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • 1.5 Bathrooms
  • A few words about our Island

    If you are not a type that really like to be all day on the beach what else to do in Tinos? Take your car or start the trails and explore the island. What really makes Tinos special is the many villages scattered around the island, each different and all connected with excellent roads and a system of hiking trails that follow the cobbled streets, the stone roads used by the islanders for centuries. These villages are considered to be the model of Cycladic architecture that includes picturesque arches, paved streets and courtyards full of blooming flowers, small and large churches and taps with fresh running water from underground springs. The villages have been traditionally characterized and protected by the Hellenic Ministry of Culture.
    Going towards the other side of the city of Tinos is the long sandy beach of Agios Fokas, which starts in Chora and continues on the ancient walls of Vryokastro, has cafes, taverns and the Surf Club of Akrotiri for windsurfing.
    So if you visit Tinos and want to get the most out of your beach, what should you do? If you have a car in Agios Ioannis Porto, use it as a base and explore the other beaches of the island every day as we did. Even if you fly an afternoon to a beach you do not really like, you will always have Saint Sostis return to the last day's swimming. If you do not have a car, do not worry that one of the best beaches on the island is 200 meters from the house. Also nearby are beach bars, restaurants by the sea, bakery and mini market.
    For those who want to leave the city, KTEL buses can bring you almost anywhere on the island. The station is in Trion Ierarchon, which is the third main road leading from the harbor. The taxi stop is also there.
    Last but not least, there are clubs and bars, ouzeries, tavernas, cafeterias in the central town right above the new harbor where you can go and drink and listen to music and become friends with young Greeks and foreigners.
    Evening it becomes a pedestrian street. The narrow carpet on the right is for people to crawl. During a non-holiday period there will be several people a day doing crawling. Big holidays like the 15th of August there will be hundreds. Those walking may want to stop at the Archaeological Museum which is about two thirds of the way up on your left. When you reach the Church, called The Sacred Institution of the Evagelistria, see the famous Holy Icon, wash your hands in Holy Water and then check out the Tinian Artist Museum and the Mausoleum of the Elli, the Greek ship which was torpedoed in the harbor by the Italians, Greece's first casualties of the Second World War.
    Evagelistrias Street which runs parallel is the main shopping street with mostly religious items, gifts. Fast food restaurants dominate the bottom of Evagelistrias with an occasional shop selling traditional sweets like loukoumia from Syros or the Tinos variety made with masticha and almonds. If you step into one of the small side streets this is where the fun begins and you can find small cafes, restaurants, galleries and interesting shops. You will also find many of the businesses that cater to the local people and in a way it is like visiting a whole other village, more traditional than the religious commercialism of the primary shopping streets.
    For those who want to get out of town the KTEL buses can get you just about anywhere on the island. The station is on Trion Ierarchon which is the third major street that leads up from the port. The taxi stand is also there.
    Last but not least there are clubs and bars and ouzeries in the main town just above the new ferry port where you can go and drink and listen to music and make friends with young Greeks and foreigners. There are also small tavernas and cafes in the back streets of the town. Like any other island often it is the small places in the low and secret areas that have the best food and atmosphere.