Our first stop is at the island of Tinos. Tinos is famous for its miracle-working icon of the Virgin Mary. Every year on the 15th of August, the island is a place of pilgrimage for Orthodox Christians from all over the world. The island’s twenty exquisite villages are unique examples of folk architecture. Also visit the dovecotes of Tinos, made of whitewashed, native stone, which are works of art. After sailing for 10 miles, you will reach Mykonos, the place with probably the most intensive nightlife in Greece. Depending on weather conditions, you may anchor in the main harbour, which, although crowded, busy, windy and noisy, is one of the most spectacular in the world.