Ferry To Tinos from Athens ports (Piraeus/ Rafina) Ferry Schedules, Timetables & Online Tickets

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Ferry To Tinos from Athens ports (Piraeus/ Rafina)

Ferry To Tinos from Athens ports (Piraeus/ Rafina)

Ferries to Tinos depart from two of the main Athens ports, Rafina and Piraeus.

Getting to any of these ports can easily be arranged since both ports can be reached by public transportation.

There are several departures during the day from both starting points although, Rafina port definitely has a much wider variety of crossings.

With the first one starting from Rafina port at 07:15am, numerous crossings during the day and the last one late in the afternoon. The duration of the trip depends on the selected type of ferry as highspeed ferries (Sea Jets, Golden Star ferries) arrive approximately in 2 hours and conventional ferries (Fast ferries, Golden star ferries) in about 3,5-4 hours.

On the other hand, there’s one daily crossing from Piraeus port at 07:30am with a conventional ferry of Blue Star ferries company, where you will reach your destination in about 4,5 hours.


Why Tinos is the perfect place to spend your vacation

Tinos is a spectacular resort, located on the northern part of the Cyclades famous for its natural beauty, pristine beaches and developed infrastructure. The picturesque island is famous for its bewitching landscapes and the Panagia evangelistra church, widely known throughout the world. Striking with the beauty of its external and internal decoration, an art gallery with the works of local painters. Another interesting attraction would be visiting the archaeological museum, which has many captivating finds, ancient kitchen utensils, household and cultural items.

In case you are a folk art enthusiast you should visit the Marble Art Museum, located just beyond Pyrgos, dedicated to the local history of marble, the value of materials on the island and the difficulties faced by the local craftsmen over the years.

For sport enthusiasts there’s a great option of visiting Kolibithra, a very well-organized beach where surfing lessons are offered as well with many other fascinating water sports.

Last but not least you shouldn’t miss for the world to taste the local cuisine.The Greek culinary art is majorly popular throughout the world as it is dominated by fresh local products and a huge variety of dishes. You’ll be able to find many traditional and luxurious restaurants by the port so find one of your choosing and make sure to try a little bit of everything.

All you have to do is visit Tinos and believe it or not, the island itself will do rest of the work in order to turn your holidays into a dream come true.