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Greece from 24 June to 8 July

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We booked a holiday to Greece 2 years ago but we had to cancel. It was to be at the end of May to mid June.

Our dates are arrive Athens 3.10 am on 24 June and depart Athens 4.10 p m on 8 July. So a good 14 days. We have not booked anything within that timeframe and I still would dearly love to go to Mykonos and Santorini particular take the open ferry to Santorini. But given our dates are later than our original booked trip (late May early June) wondered whether it was going to be extremely busy, extremely hot?? Any tips of where not to visit/stay during this time.

I was reading a forum where they stayed in Mykonos Town and it sounded great but they were there beginning of June, should we stay elsewhere give our dates?

We are early 50s couple, so we're probably not going to be doing any nightclubbing unless we meet some "go-getters". Husband loves to kayak (especially in a proper sea kayak (sit in with rudder).

Welcome any feedback, thanks!

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