Relaxing holidays await you at our "Crossroads Inn", Tripotamos, Tinos Island!
Tripotamos, a listed traditional Cycladic village where the lodgings of the "Crossroads Inn" are, is the first village on the way to the island’s heartland, at a distance of 5 km from the town of Tinos and barely 7 km away from the inviting beaches of Aghios Fokas, Kionia, and Aghios Romanos and 10 km away from those of Kalyvia and Kolymbithra. Tripotamos is in the center of the island’s heartland with easy access to all of Tinos’ traditional villages and beaches.
How to get to the Crossroads Inn (access by car)
On leaving the port of Tinos, turn right on the beachfront road and follow it for 350m. At the grocery store (supermarket) to your left, turn left. Continue for 280m and turn left again at the road sign marking the way to Tripotamos. Keep straight for 600m until the road you are following intersects with the beltway. Cross the beltway and continue straight. The first village you meet 3.5km later is Tripotamos. At the first village entrance, turn right, immediately after the "Crossroads Inn" sign. Park at the village’s parking lot. Walk down the pedestrian alley. The first building you see in front of you is the Crossroads Inn reception. There’s always one of us there to make you feel welcome!
How to reach the island of Tinos
Tinos can be reached daily, in both summer and winter. From the Port of Rafina which, via the "Attiki Odos" Motorway, can be quickly reached from Athens’ "Eleftherios Venizelos" International Airport, the voyage takes 2 hours by speed ferry and 4 hours by regular ferry. Equally frequent is the correspondence of the island with the Port of Piraeus: Speed ferries and regular ferries take 3 and 5 hours, respectively. Speed ferry fares are approximately €50/passenger and/or regular ferry fares are approximately €25/passenger.
The island of Tinos is also accessible from Mykonos (ferry trip takes half an hour). Mykonos also has an International Airport.
In summer, Tinos corresponds by speed/regular ferry with the islands of Syros, Andros, Paros, Naxos, Koufonisia, Schoinousa, Iraklia, Santorini, and Ios. By regular ferry it also accesses Kythnos, Kea, Milos, Kimolos, Sifnos, and Serifos. In winter, Tinos directly corresponds by ferry with Syros, Andros, and Mykonos.
Crossroads Inn Traditional lodgings
Tinos Island, Cyclades