Greece has 227 islands that are inhabited plus several hundred more that aren’t. And just when you think you’ve seen it all, you find there’s more to discover.
Tinos, Syros and Symi represent a trifecta of Greek island grooviness: Tinos, because while very close to popular Mykonos it rocks a mellower vibe (and mellower prices) and beautiful landscapes; Syros on account of its captivating island capital of Ermoupoli, and far-flung Symi because of its history and exotic allure.
TinosFestivals and religion
At nearly 195 square kilometres, Tinos is nearly twice the size of neighbouring Mykonos (only about 15 minutes away by high-speed ferry). Its main town is home to an iconic
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