The Kambos archaeological zone occupies the site of ancient Oinoe, which was inhabited from the Mycenaean to the Late Roman / Byzantine period.
The nucleus of the site comprises the Odeion, the Late Roman aqueduct and an Early Byzantine secular building known as the "Palaces".
The Odeion is an edifice belonging to late antiquity of exceptional construction, with stone-built walling and typical large arches.
It was restored by the Archaeological Service in 1978-1980.
The Kambos archaeological zone has recently been enlarged and mapped.
Ten more archaeological sites have also been scheduled on Ikaria and Fournoi.