Chrissi Island


An unforgettable cruise to one of the southern points in Europe, the Golden Island, or, as it is also called, Donkey Island. Chrissi Island id protected by Natura 2000 networking programme, as an ”area of intense natural beauty” and also has been designated as a wildlife refuge.

Nine miles from Ierapetra, it has a unique cedar forest, pure white sand dunes, golden shallow sandy beaches and a sea with unbelievable tropical colours. The natural images and the rhythms of nature, immediately give the visitor a newfound sense of liberation.

You will sail to the island, where you stay for around four and a half hours. Relax on the beach, or take a long walk along the endless beach and marvel at the millions of colourful small shells. A hidden paradise that will remain in everybody’s memory. Perfect excursion for couples as well as families.

Note: Possibility of lunch on board only.


Type of excursion: Boat – Full Day .

Should take: Comfortable shoes, Hat, Sun protection, Camera, Bathing Suit

Return to hotels: 19:00 – 20:30

Boat trip lasts: About 45 minutes

Environmental taxes are not included: 1


Travel agency is not responsible for weather conditions and road traffic.

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