Northeast cistern and Nymphaeum. They lie immediately to the north of the Praetorium. The first cistern was a rectangular, open-air structure with conches on all sides, where the statues of Nymphs were placed. It was converted into a vaulted cistern in the 7th century A.D.
The Acropolis on the hill of Aghios Ioannes. Large sections are preserved of a polygonal fortification wall with towers at the corners (10th-6th centuries B.C.). Within the enclosed area there was an Archaic temple, on the ruins of which an Early Christian basilica was later erected.