- Dyo Horia are built on the slope of Kechrovouni at an altitude of 380m.
- Initially, there were two separate villages, each with its own parish, which over the years were
combined. They still retain the distinction between "up" and "down" village, as descriptive of
the location of the two settlements.
- Written reports of the existence of the village date back to 1630 AD.
- The valley in the village is green with abundant water.
- The position offers a unique view of Tinos and the surrounding islands. When the weather is
good, apart from the nearby islands (Syros, Delos, Mykonos) one can distinguish more distant
ones such as Paros, Antiparos, Naxos, Kythnos and Serifos.
- The village square, in the shadow of the plane, is particularly picturesque with cobblestone
and traditional fountains.
- Situated 8.5km off Chora (Tinos).
- Follow the old road network. Leaving behind Triantaros, turn left towards Arnados and