Profitis Ilias - Venerato Region
Arthur Evans in the early 20th century, buildings and relics relics discovered tombs near the ruined Tower and village next to a heat source, such as States. The tombs contained earthen urns and other artifacts, such as beads of carnelian, amethyst and faience, which date back to the LM I period, while according to the same from here was passing by the ancient Minoan road connecting the North Island with the South.
In the natural landscape of the former municipality of Temenos dominates the massif of Rocas, almost in the center of the space. A Hill with two peaks, opened like a pomegranate in half (as poetically says in the 16th century the Venetian engineer Basilicata to visit and depicts the area). The highest peak of Roka, rises to 507 meters.
Profitis Ilias cave in Temenos. Going for refuge cave. Detected residues of the Minoan period. The cave "efantase". Many caves are known by the same name.