A fortified settlement in the Maistros area in the northeastern part of the island. Its walls were built using the local stone of the island. The settlement mainly developed between the 4th and 3rd centuries BC. In the area of the acropolis, a cistern was carved into the rock to store water. As of 2019, the site was not accessible. The building built with funds from EU co-financing programs to house the archaeological museum of the settlement and the island was not visited by tourists, but by hundreds of wild goats.
Cultural Attraction // Archeological Site
|Altitude (in meters)||:||19|
|Time Reference||:||3rd century BC|
|Suitable for||:||Young people|
|Access||:||Dirt road |
|Duration of Visit||:||1 hour|