The hill of Doliani is abundant with archaeological remains covering a wide chronological range from antiquity to post -Byzantine (Ottoman) period. The settlement, in the northern and eastern sides and in the accessible parts of the naturally protected western side, it is fortified with a strong double isodomic wall, which underwent multiple restoration and additional works during the extremely long term habitation of the site. The monumental arched main gate of the fortification is located on the northeastern side of the outer fortification wall between two strong rectangular towers, while three other gates were placed on the interior defensive wall. Throughout the “citadel” extensive building remains are visible, belonging to a small post -Byzantine agricultural and stock – farming settlement.