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Combining Corfu/Kephalonia with the Cyclades--too much?

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Having been to Athens, Mykonos, Santorini and Crete, we wanted to visit the Ionians, which has proved difficult to plan. Now our itinerary includes both and I am wondering should I eliminate a couple of stops--if so, which ones?

Arrive Athens 5/27 - Fly directly to Corfu (3 nights)

Take high speed boat from Igoumenitsa to Kephalonia (stay in village of Lassi for 4 nights)

Fly to Athens and connect to flight to Milos (3 nights)

Ferry to Folegandros (2 nights)

Ferry to Santorini (3 nights)

June 9 - Fly to Athens then to US

If we were to eliminate an island or so, which would it be? Should we skip Corfu and Kephalonia completely and stay strictly in the Cyclades adding nights to the islands we've already chosen or possibly adding Naxos or Sifnos. Thank you for any advice and recommendations!

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