|Summary:||Open area with colonnade; on the west side of the harbor.|
|Date:||ca. 540 BC|
Depth of colonnade: ca. 3.5 m.
Irregular shape enclosed by a wall opening east. A bench ran along the west, south and southeast sides, with pillars for roofing on the west and southern sides.
Ca. 540 B.C., the earliest wall cuttings probably defined the extent of the Sanctuary of Hera Akraia. The west wall and a wooden colonnade were added ca. 450 B.C. The ca. 450 B.C. West Court is described above in the Plan description. It was probably destroyed by Mummius in 146 B.C. In the 2nd century A.D. a Roman house was built on the same location.