- Kato Kleisma is a rural village at one end of the fertile meadows of Komi.
- The name must be from the Italian word "Chiuso" (=Closed, fenced) or from the archaic verb
"clino" (=bend) describing its structure.
- The area is green and there is abundant water, a rarity for Tinos.
- In Kato Kleisma, findings of the Cycladic period were traced and residues of a Christian chapel
was found where the church of St. Anastasia was erected.
- In the village there were two mills that have been abandoned and only their ruins are left.
- The village was originally built in a different location, further south and near where the village
entrance is, today.
- Located 15 km away from Chora (Tinos).
- Starting from Kionion coastal road, go straight on till you meet the junction at Ag. Marina
and take the road on the right towards Kato Kleisma (just after Kalloni).