Early Minoan settlement (2600-2000 B.C.) on the low hill called Anginaropapouro.
The West Stoa. It extends to the north of the temple and is almost 27 m. long. In the northern part are preserved the thresholds of three doorways leading to rooms on the west, which were probably used by the priests and the temple personnel. The West Stoa and the temple were built in the period of the heyday of the Roman Empire (1st-2nd century A.D.).
The North Stoa. It was built before the temple (2nd century B.C.), into which it was later incorporated. Bases and parts of columns along with marble slabs are preserved. Most likely it was the "adyton" or "abaton" (sanctuary) of the shrine.
The Nymphaion. Room with two arches built of mudbricks, located at the east edge of the North Stoa.
Two large, mudbrick cisterns, used possibly for therapeutic baths.