Tarambados is a picturesque village with traditional houses and arches, built in a valley near Kambos.
The village’s history begins in 1700.
You enter the village through a medieval arch.
The Church of the Archangels is the Catehedral of the village.
The main feature is the amazing pigeon houses in the valley to which you will be led if you follow the markings on the marble notice board. Arriving there you will find about 20 pigeon houses well-preserved, least of which have been restored and are truly works of art.
The walk to the pigeon houses is delectable.
Situated 7.5 km off Tinos (Chora). Follow the new road network Tinos -Panormos (starting from Tripotamou Av.) and in the
central fork keep left towards Kambos. Leaving Kambos behind, you reach Tarambados.