Tinos Town is quite big and modern, and is dominated by three streets: the harbour front with all the restaurants, the wide procession street, and an equally long but less wide shopping street with lots of souvenir shops. Around Tinos Town there are a couple of good beaches within easy reach, like Agia Fotias, Stavros and Kionia. You can go there by bus, but if you have a little energy it's also easy to walk to them along the coastline. Spread over the island are small villages, and there are 650 mostly old dovecotes (the specialty of the island). Tinos is very attractive, but it mostly remains a "one town island". The best would be to discover the island from the main town. The landscape is amazing and it's absolutely worth it to rent a car for a couple of days.