Tiros is a town with a small port. It is a great spot for lunch or an overnight stay. It has not yet become a tourist town but you will be sure to find a couple of tavernas and shops to pick up your provisions.
We recommend a spot of true beachside dining at Dimitri's Taverna where you can enjoy simple, traditional Greek food just feet from the sea. The Yacht Cafe & Bar (which is the first place you come to when walking from the quay) offers great coffee in the mornings and delicious cocktails later in the day...
If you are feeling energetic, a walk up the hill to the left will take you to the three windmills, located on the headland. The morning view from here is delightful!
Every Easter you will find one of the most famous Greek Easter traditions. On Good Friday the procession of the Epitaph takes place on the coastal road of the town with the ships coming from watercraft. On the Saturday evening the burning of Judas in the sea on a specific project and Tyros bay fills with thousands of candles that symbolize the souls of lost sailors and fishermen.