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Is 5 nights in Santorini too much??

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My fiance and I are planning to take our chances with the crowds, the heat and everything else and spend 6 days of our two week honeymoon in Greece in early August. Originally, we'd planned to do 2 nights in Mykonos and 3 in Santorini but with all that's going on, we're thinking it's best not to press our luck with transportation, etc. and stick to Santorini for 5 nights. Plus, if we're going to get stuck somewhere, we're thinking Santorini's the place to be! My question though is whether there's enough to do for 6 days. It looks like day tripping from Santorini is a hassle and although we love a great pool and a view, we don't want to be bored out of our minds after 3 nights. Any thoughts would be much appreciated. Should we add Mykonos back into the mix? Many thanks!

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