Agora Open Air Museum
Located on the northern side of the Cyclades group of islands, Tinos is one of the most enchanting Greek islands. Beautiful sandy beaches, traditional villages and minimal Cycladic architecture create a unique atmosphere that never fails to captivate the visitors.
But there's a reason in particular why Tinos Greece stands out. It’s because it is where the spiritual heart of Greece beats! The reason? Panagia Megalochari church, which is visited by thousands of worshipers every year!
Apart from its religious significance, Tinos island Greece rewards the traveler with lots of surprises. Picturesque villages, Cycladic dovecotes, stone-made houses, little squares, and churches set the scene of this charming island... As for things to do in Tinos, there’s a whole heap of activities, from trekking to water sports! Tinos Greece sits in the heart of the Aegean sea and belongs to the Cyclades island group. The overall effect of Tinos island is deeply calming, probably due to its spiritual aura.
Tinos island Greece is home to the popular among the worshipers, Panagia Megalochari church. People from all over Greece visit this imposing church every year, to worship the miraculous icon of the Virgin Mary, which is hosted there. Every summer, on August 15th, when the Virgin Mary is celebrated, there are lots of festivities taking place all over the island- from feasts to culinary festivals! So, if you want to experience the island’s spiritual side, try planning your trip around one of those religious feasts!
Tino's villages are the gems of the island, which every visitor worth exploring! Scattered on mountains all around Tinos, the little whitewashed villages keep the tradition of the island alive. During your Tinos holidays make sure you visit Pyrgos, Ktikado, Kardiani, Loutra, and Tripotamos to wander around the beautiful squares, taste the local delicacies and escape the heat lazing under the sycamore trees!
Turkey's second largest city, as a seaside city, really has its unique charm. During the day, the ultraviolet rays are also particularly fierce. You need to do a good job of sun protection, find a seaside shop, drink. Ice coffee, smoking shisha, watching the old grandfather fishing at the beach, the beauty of the city is at this moment
Izmir has a special characteristic seaside tram, sitting at the bus at sunset, watching The fascinating pink sunset on the beach, the blessings of life are just like this, I really like the city, the beauty is fascinating Miss.Pumpkin Izmir has a strong atmosphere here, on the Aegean coast, many good seaside restaurants, even the police station is built on the beach...
Agra Ancient Market Agora Open Air Museum
/ Hh/ This is a relic of the Roman market in 187 AD, built during the Alexander period.
The market at that time was quite large. The main ones that can be seen today are Corinthian columns on the ground, arched rooms and reconstructed arches.
can walk freely in the ruins, instead of being restricted to the railings, so that you can closely observe what the former Roman market in thousands of years looks like.
Kizrahas Hambazar Hisar Mosque & Han
The business atmosphere is quite strong here, but the building itself is worth a look.
Kzrahas Hanbazza originated in the mid-18th century. It is a combination of a courtyard and a market. It is now a large-scale market.
is a path of love, but it is more like a bookstore street. Young people come to chat and pass the time to spend a good place, next to many old books to see, there are some coffee shops.
Walk on the Aegean coast of Izmir and see the beautiful beaches. You can sit here and watch the sunset and take a walk in the evening.
Also recommend a restaurant I like very much:
On the coast, the environment is very good, you can see the street rushing through the glass . Molly_Chang