Kamiros was an ancient city on the coast of Rhodes in Greece, which flourished during the Archaic and Classical periods. 

The site is now an archaeological site that attracts visitors from all over the world. Kamiros was one of the three cities that formed the powerful state of Rhodes, and it was renowned for its trade, agriculture, and artistic production. 

The city was abandoned in the Middle Ages, and its ruins remained buried until the excavations of Italian archaeologists in the early 20th century. 

Today, visitors to the site can see the remains of the ancient city, including the impressive Stoa, the Agora (marketplace), the Temple of Athena, the gymnasium, and the houses of the city’s wealthy residents. 

The site offers a unique opportunity to glimpse the daily life of the ancient Greeks, and to appreciate the impressive achievements of their civilization.