Archaeology in Ikaria


The well-known city of Oinoe was once the island’s most important city and has been associated throughout the ages with the worship of Dionysus. Today, the ruins of ancient Oinoe include the area around the mouth of the river Voutside in the northern part of the island near the present-day village of Kambos.
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At a short distance just east of the present village of Therma, lie the ruins of the ancient city of Thermai, once well-known for its numerous hot springs and baths.
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The archaeological site of Kambos consists of the ancient area of Oinoe, which was inhabited from the Mycenaen Age to the Roman and early Byzantine eras.
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Ikaria's south east region is dotted with unexplained ancient artefacts which have yet to be studied extensively.
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The old castle of Miliopou can be found standing at an altitude of approximately 300 metres on Mt. Gerakas.
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The small coastal village of Nas is located in the island's north western section, just a few kilometres from Armenistis.
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