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Tinos is not only about the island, but also about its people, its traditional recipes, furtalia, the caper and artichoke festivals, the honey and wine festivals, its well-known charcuterie as well as the well-traveled louza (the famous spicy cold cut). Also, hirosfagia (slaughter of swine), arnathkies (local rare and delicious wild mushrooms), rakizia (distilleries) and rich vineyards and the annual culinary food festival Tinos Food Paths.

People who managed to safeguard recipes as Greek heritage through time. People with love and passion for the land that feeds them. Also known as the island of the winds, often cut-off due to strong winds, Tinos is fully self-sufficient as regards farming. From the valley of Komi all the way to Falatado, its vegetation and favorable climate contribute to the production of organic products of high quality and unique taste.

In addition to a religious destination, many culinary guides worldwide have chosen it as an island ideal for gustatory getaways in the Cyclades, where the Mediterranean meets modern cuisine. Under the above categories you will find a list of catering professionals, restaurants, gastronomy, traditional taverns, small eateries, visits to organic farms and wine tasting offered to visitors throughout the year. Holidays mean quality food, from the simplest to the most sophisticated, for all tastes, and we have chosen for you all the places that will satisfy your needs.

Moreover, following arrangements, you can plan your visit to farms and local producers of our island in order to get to know first hand our customs and traditions.

Tip: We want to always be there for you, so we update the opening hours of local professionals on a daily basis. It is widely known that during autumn, our island slows down, so it is our duty to inform you about any changes in opening hours.