It is located in the Cyclades archipelago, a little north of Santorini and southeast of Mykonos, and is one of the most picturesque and popular islands in Greece. With its traditional white houses, narrow streets, windmills and wonderful sandy beaches, Jia is a destination that attracts tourists from all over the world.
Tzia is the largest island of the Cyclades group and has a diverse geology. The beaches of the island are famous for their beauty, with crystal clear waters and amazing colors that create an amazing combination with the white of the buildings.
One of the most important attractions of Tzia is the beautiful Chora, the central town of the island. Chora is known for its ancient settlement, its traditional alleys and the church of Agios Ioannis, from where you can enjoy a stunning panoramic view of the Aegean Sea. The area is surrounded by the old walls, which offer a sense of medieval charm. The narrow pedestrian streets full of shops, traditional restaurants and cafes create a lively atmosphere, while the picturesque courtyards complement the enchanting character of the city.
Apart from Chora, Tzia has other villages and areas worth exploring. Panagias is a picturesque fishing village with traditional houses and churches. Ano Meria, a village located on top of a hill, offers a stunning view of the sea and the surrounding landscape. Gabriel's Tower is a traditional tower that was converted into a museum and offers interesting information about the history and culture of the island.
Apart from the beautiful architecture and picturesque villages, Tzia also offers wonderful beaches.