Tinos: A place formed by myths

Tinos: Une île formée par des mythes | Photographer Peter Koumplis reveals the unseen power of Tinos island through his collection of photographs "Anama".

Photographer Peter Koumplis reveals the unseen power of Tinos island through his collection of photographs “Anama”. ανάμα [ana:ma] greek ~ nn ~ spring water ~ streams of tears / wisdom ~ communion wine The landscape of Tinos retains its simplicity, its timeless memory of…

The surprise of a Cycladic island … Tinos, by Côté sud

Chemins au vent, la surprise d'une île des Cyclades... Tinos, Côté sud Magazine | Côté sud magazine visited Tinos island and was "surprised" by it's multi talents! June-July summer edition | Côté sud magazine visited Tinos island and was "surprised" by it's multi talents! June-July summer edition, 2015

Côté sud magazine (June-July summer edition) visited Tinos island and was “surprised” by it’s multi talents in it’s 25th anniversary issue! And of course, Loutra rental house was there! Following are the relative pages from this issue, enjoy this photographic journey in Tinos…

TAMA magazine, Tinos

TAMA magazine, Tinos. All there is to know about Tinos island and of course theHouse rental houses were included!!

An alternative to summer living!  

Loutra, the Rental House in Tinos

The Rental House in Loutra, Tinos, Greece, is a self-catering rental house restored with a meticulous attention to the details so as to preserve its authenticity

The Rental House in Tinos, Greece, in the village Loutra, is a self-catering house restored with a meticulous attention to the details so as to preserve its authenticity. Architecturally it blends the Cycladic tradition with modern simplicity and practicality. The renovated summer house offers…

White, the colour of the Cyclades

Cicada, un emblème de l'été, sur un mur de pierre blanche au-dessus d'une porte de grange

Among the first characteristics one notices when first visiting Tinos and the Cyclades in general are the white washed houses and churches with their smooth-edged corners that exhale a sense of openess and freedom…

Traditional dovecotes

Traditional centuries old dovecotes in Tinos, Cyclades

Their tradition dates back to the Venetian period when the systematic breeding of pigeons, for their meat and droppings (used as fertilizers), was first introduced. Most dovecotes were built in cultivated areas with access to water, close to ravines, and in hill slopes. They…

Livada lighthouse

Escalier en marbre à l'intérieur du phare près de livada plage à Tinos

Various views of the old stone built Livada lighthouse which is out of service nowadays, and the Aegean sea to the north of Tinos island. The lighthouse is only a few kilometers away from the villages of Myrsini, Steni and Falatados and is worthwhile…

Churches and Monasteries in Tinos

Sainte Église de Panagia Évaggelistria - Megalochare - à Tinos cours d'une célébration

Orthodox “Hiera Monè Theotokou” Monastery at Kechrovouni “Hiera Monè Agias Triadas” Monastery in the harbour of Tinos “Hiera Monè Kyra-Xenes” Monastery at Panormos “Hiera Monè Katapolianis” Monastery at Isternia “Hiera Monè Bourniotissas” Monastery at Agapi The Pilgrimage of Eleoussa Monastery at Exombourgo The Pilgrimage…