Isternia: Isternia is situated 12km. northwest of Tinos town. The village is built amphitheatrically on a picturesque natural site on the slopes of Mount Meroviglia. Isternia, with two-storey houses and marble-paved lanes, is famous for being the birthplace of several Greek sculptors, such as Sochou and Vitalis.
North of the village there is the settlement of Mylon with ruined windmills, all characterized as traditional buildings.
The beach of the Bay Isternia located on the east side of the coastal summer settlement and called Rope.
It is a small, sandy and quite sheltered coast with trees, access to which requires a few walking steps. At the edge of the bay, a house with a unique view surprising. Originally, the house belonged to Archbishop Hieronymus Kotsoni and later Archbishop Serafeim. Although that for years the area under discussion is to be turned into a museum, remains tightly closed.
Rooms to let, fish taverns, cafe and harbor for boats and inflatables are some of the facilities that can be enjoyed by visitors.