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. 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