The island of Tinos belongs to the Cyclades islands cluster, and is found on the southern tip of the island of Andros. It's distance from the port of Piraeus is 86 nautical miles and from the port of Rafina, on the east Attica coast, 64 nautical miles. It can take you less than two hours to reach the island by cataraman and about four hours by conventional ferry boat.
Tinos is directly connected by ferry to the islands of Syros (where the capital of the Cyclades is found, Ermoupoli - an islandic metropolis full of neoclassical mansions and a vibrant social and cultural life), the world-famous party island of Mykonos, the sacred site of the ancient Greek world, Delos, and also the islands of Paros, Naxos, and Andros.
Tinos has no airport, but it can be reached by air via a flight to nearby Syros or Mykonos.