How to come to Tinos
Tinos does not have direct flight connections to Athens International Airport, Eleftherios Venizelos. Guests wishing to stay with us who would prefer to access the island primarily by plane, may do so by flying into the neighboring island of Myconos from where High-Speed boats as well as ferries service the island of Tinos on a 15-40 minute schedule during the peak season. Travel time between Myconos and Tinos is 15 minutes via High-Speed boats and 30 minutes via conventional ferries.
Alternatively, passengers flying into Athens International Airport may take a car or taxi to the nearby port of Rafina, which is only a 20 minute journey away. From there, there are regular departures of High Speed boats and ferries, which service Tinos direct. The High Speed boat journey to Tinos is approx. 90 minutes, whilst conventional ferries take between 3 and 4 hours to reach the island.
Alternatively, passengers traveling from the Port of Pireaus may take High Speed boats (2 hrs.) or conventional ferries (4.5 hrs.) to Tinos.
How to come to Tinos View from Tinos Port
There are two alternative routes to access the resort:
a) The coastal road via the Heliport – Drive along the coastal road towards the Heliport, 150m past the Heliport there is a clear sign directing visitors to the resort. Along the route, there are further signs where turns need to be made. The total distance is 2.5 kilometres.
b) Via the Hora-Agia Varvara-St. John Porto Route – Take this road north leading out of the Port (Hora), at 2.2 km along this road there is a sign stating the turn towards the resort (at 5×5 football pitches). Resort is situated 800m along this road.