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Filoterra or Atrina house in Santorini

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All of your advice has been so helpful. Per your recommendations, we're flying directly to Santorini. We'll arrive late at night, around 7:30 I think? Three nights in Santorini, two nights in Mykonos. From there we're considering doing an additional island, or possibly heading back to Athens and hitting Hydra and or the peninsula. Then we'll do Athens at the end...

My question is whether you'd recommend Filoterra or Atrina house in Oia. Both sound lovely. I like that both have pools (although I realize it may not be warm enough to swim in them in late May).

Thoughts?

Thank you!

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