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Oia for families

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Seasoned travellers HELP!
We are a family of 5 (2 adults 3 children 14, 14,11) heading for Oia Santorini first time end of June for 4 nights. We prefer a location that has a pool, a unit with 2 bedrooms, a private balcony, and of course views of the caldera. We are looking at the 200-300 euro per night. We've narrowed it down to Delfini, Filotera, Rimida and Atlantida (they are all available but we are open to other recommendations) not sure which is best let alone when you compare amount of steps, proximity to town, noise, etc. Can anyone help? Another alternative is we stay at the cheaper Old Oia Houses and use savings at the Lioyerma pool. We are flexible and willing to compromise. Any suggestions, they are all welcome?

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