||It has been suggested that this article be merged with Chrysi (island). (Discuss) Proposed since June 2015.|
|Native name: Γαϊδουρονήσι|
|Population||0 (as of 2001)|
Gaidouronisi (Greek: Γαϊδουρονήσι), is a small island off the southern coast of Crete, roughly 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) directly south of the city of Ierapetra, in the Libyan Sea. Administratively, it is located within the municipality of Ierapetra, in [Lasithi(regional unit)]. It contains a small church and harbour on its northwestern coast, Ekklisia Agios Nikolaos. The island is also known as Chrisi. During the summer months, excursion boats from Ierapetra leave the quay every morning and return in the afternoon.
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