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Honeymoon Decision?

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A. Amalfi Coast (Positano, Pagliuca, Sorrento, etc.)
B. South of France (Provence, Nice, Cannes, Cote de Azur, Monaco)
C. Mediterranean Islands (Sardinia, Corsica, Sicily)
D. Greece (Pelopponese, Santorini) (Yes I know Santorini will be crowded)

I am in the early stages of planning a honeymoon for next summer/fall (2015). I have been to some Greek Islands before and Capri and other parts of mainland Italy/Greece/France. My fiance and I both really enjoy and value delicious dining experiences so we can't go wrong with most of these places. But for the honeymoon we didn't want a place where we feel like there are too many activities (Hawaii among others), we wanted a place to completely relax, preferably within walking distance to a beach and eat good food in a scenic, somewhat secluded, warm location. Does one of these places stick out more than another to check the boxes that I have? My budget for stay is preferably no more than $500 per night (And it would be awesome to stay under $400 but I realize it is my honeymoon). Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks

Josh

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