A sleepy village that stretches about a mile along the seafront of the large bay. In high season, it is a popular destination for Europeans, but even then, with the yacht moorings right at the south end of the bay, you’re unlikely to be disturbed.
The sea front is dotted with restaurants along it’s length so you don’t have to walk far from the yachts. There are also several mini markets where you can restock and at a greater distance, a cash point.
The narrow beach extends right around the bay but is pebble. A number of the restaurants use it as a dining area, sometimes complete with beach barbecue.
Tiros isn’t a place to set the world alight but it’s a pretty enough place to chill out with a book and a drink and watch the world go by.