In the current area of Kampos, there are found the ruins of the ancient capital of the island, Oinoe. It was inhabited since the Mycenaean era to the late Roman and early Byzantine period and in the current archaeological site, there are the traces of the wall encircling the city.
The visitor will also notice the ruins of Odeon, dating to Late Antiquity, which was manufactured with a built masonry and large bows.
It is also worth visiting some post Roman Aqueduct, with important ruins of baths, reservoirs and water and sewage pipelines. There are also lacated the 'Palaces', which form an early Byzantine secular building.
Recent researches, extended and mapped formely the archaeological site of Kambos and therein lies the homonymous archaeological museum and the church of Agia Irini.
Information for visitors
The archaeological site of Kambos coincides with the modern village of Kampos and the visitor can move around on it freely.
Free for all visitors
tel:+30 22750 31300
21st Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities
To reach the archaeological site of Kampos, take the main asphalt road Evdilos-Armenistis.Access is only by private car, taxi or on foot.