The village of Kampos is on the site of ancient Oenoe, and it is one of the most fertile places on Ikaria. The legend says that there, for the first time, grew "Dionysia", the holy grape from which the Pramniam Wine was initially produced. The trade of this wine gave Oenoe great wealth, made it capital of Ikaria and gave her relatively high significance in the Athenian Alliance.
In the Byzantine era it was renamed Dolichi, its remains can be seen today right next to the houses of the village: The remnants of the Roman Odeon, which was built in the 1st century AD offered a place to noblemen of ancient Oenoe for musical and cultural events, the Byzantine church of St. Irene, and the archaeological museum, which contains over 250 finds from the entire island of Ikaria. It includes from Neolithic tools to statuettes, columns and carved headstones, it is open three times a week from 10:00 to 15:00. Visitor admission is free, but photos are prohibited.