Ancient Kamiros

Flourished from the archaic to the Hellenistic period and was one of the most important cities of the island. Built amphitheatrically overlooking the sea , it was not fortified. Among other finds, ruins of houses were found, the ancient Agora, a Doric temple, ruins of the aqueduct and the foundations of the temple of Athena Kamiras. Important finds from the area now adorn the collections of the British Museum and the Louvre, while only few are exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Rhodes, such as the famous headstone of Kritos and Timarista – end 5th century BC. It is a unique destination for archeology lovers and for those who want to discover the historical background of Rhodes. The ancient Kamiros is  thirty kilometres southwest of Rhodes Town

Opening Hours Mon to Sun, 8:00 a.m – 20:00 p.m
Entrance 6 Euro/Adult
Free under 18
Students from European Countries freeStudents from non European Countries half price
Special Offer People over 65 years old from EU Countries 3 euros
Note: Valid ID is necessary for the discount.
One ticket for Ancient Ialisos & Ialisos Cross
General Information phone (+30) 22410 40037
Address Kamiros Village, West Rhodes
How to get there Taxi, Bus, Car, Moto, Bicycle

Distance from

City Center 33.5 km
Old Town 32.5 km
Airport 18 km
Ialisos-Ixia (West) 25.7 km
Faliraki (East) 35.9 km
Kolimbia (East) 33 km
Lindos (East) 57 km
Pefkos (East) 53 km