The village was called Kato Fana after the Fanaios Apollo temple. It lies in the southern-east of the Olympi village at a distance of 5 km. In the past, the water reached to the temple. That was the place the Ionians built a temple at to honour Fanaios Apollo. An isosceles triangle is formed by Apollo's temple, Dilos temple and Poseidon's temple in Sounio.
The temple was called Fanaios [Greek word, φαίνομαι (fainomai) = appear, show, stand out a mile etc.] because the temple of Dilos stands out a mile if there are fair skies. The Statue of Fanaios Apollo, made of silver and gold, was laid on a gold-coated pillar. It has not been found, so far.