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Greek life and the Cylades Islands

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In September 3 married couples will be going to Greece and the Cyclades. We have done Santorini, Mykonos, Paros, Naxos and Crete. We will return to some of these islands, but at the same time, I want to explore more.

Can anyone recommend a place on any of the islands listed above or on another island where we can find a small town, village, etc. where the locals congregate at a local taverna or cafe so we will not feel that we are in a place with all the other tourists? I would like to spend a day/night or 2 just watching the locals engage in their everyday activites. I was thinking of something similar to sitting in a outdoor bar in the piazza of a small Tuscan hill town viewing the residents partake in their daily lives, but doing this in a locale in the Cyclades.

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

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