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Santorini in November

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From the sounds of it, Fira in the summer months is a bit too much of a party scene for me. Wondering whether you'd recommend staying in Fira or Oia mid November?

I'll be there from the 10th-13th with my boyfriend. We're 30-year-olds looking for a little relaxation and scenic views, but also a little energy. I should mention that we're not into clubs, but we do enjoy checking out local shops, going out to dinner and having a few drinks.

Would love to hear your thoughts! And of course, if you have favorite places to stay (I love the idea of a cave room), that would be helpful. Everywhere I see looks beautiful!

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