Kampos is a unique ensemble of agricultural settlements that serves an exceptional example for the harmonic coexistence of residence, agricultural and auxiliary buildings, that stands in 200 estates surrounded by high walls.
Equal in number with the estates are mansions of high architectural quality and auxiliary buildings, elaborate pebble-paved yards, reservoirs, wells and citrus orchards.
Kampos has a history that goes back to Byzantium. Byzantines were followed by the Genoans and the Turks. The 1822 messacre and the terrible 1881 earthquake were events that deeply influenced life in Kampos.
However, despite all these disasters, conquests and changes, Kampos kept its character, in a large scale, unspoiled from the 14th century until our days.
Kampos is ideal for walking and cycling tours.