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Mediterranean Honeymoon in early- mid Oct.?

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My fiancee and I are trying to figure out where to go on our honeymoon next year. We are hoping to do a lot of historical activities as well as spending time relaxing on the beach. Will it be too cold for our trip which will be approximately Oct. 7-21st? Normally we like to spend a day relaxing and then a day going out and exploring. We have also been thinking of doing a 2/3 different locations.

I want this to be a special romantic trip that we can be pampered and enjoy local culture/history but also provide us ample relaxation after our wedding.

Does anybody have any suggestions that might fit our bill for that time period?

Thanks so much for the help.

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