Gournia is the site of a Minoan palace complex on the island of Crete, Greece, excavated in the early 20th century by the American archaeologist, Harriet Boyd-Hawes. The original name for the site is unknown. The modern name comes from the abundant hollow vessels found all over the site.[1] Gournia lies in the municipality of Ierapetra in the prefecture of Lasithi.

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What's included: The archaeological site of Gournia is located on a small hill west of Pachia Ammos, next to the road that connects Agios Nikolaos with Ierapetra, 19km east of Agios Nikolaos

Take a leisure trip to the most beautiful parts of Crete

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