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Greek Easter 2013

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Having wanted to visit Greece at Easter for some time , we have booked 4 nights in Chania in May 2013 (3rd-6th).
We put this in place on the basis that we could cancel without penalty if we changed our minds closer to the time.
Flights are now available and we will have to take a decision.
We have been to Crete before and like it very much. However we are always wanting to see a new bit of Greece.
Easter is earlier than we would normally visit Greece (although we would out of choice always go in May because of the flowers).
Where could we travel from Crete which would have accomodation and restaurants open after the 6th May?. We don't want to go miles away and would be happy with somewhere interesting.-pretty scenery, walking and good food if poss. We don't usually fly within Greece so somewhere with an operating ferry schedule at this time of year.
Within this area we have visited Karpathos, Rhodes(although my husband hasn't been there and its 42 years since my visit) Lipsi, Patmos, Kalymnos, Santorini, Naxos, Paros, Syros, then the Saronic Islands and the Sporades.
I'd welcome all views and look forward to hearing what you think.
Thanks.

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