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What to do on Mykonos, Santorini, Rhodes?

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Hello all,

My husband and I are leading a St. Paul pilgrimage cruise which will make stops on Mykonos, Santorini and Rhodes. We won't have guides for these stops, so we are on our own. Our hours on the islands are:

Mykonos: 15:30-23:00
Santorini 16:00-20:30
Rhodes 9:30-19:00

Since it is a pilgrimage group, we are particularly interested in churches and shrines. Because we will be visiting ancient archeological sites in Athens and Crete, those are not a priority for us on these islands.

Specific questions:

Mykonos: what beach to go to with a family? where to eat?

Santorini: If sunset is at 19:57 and the ship departs at 20:30, do we have time to watch the sunset from Fira? Where?
We will travel up to Oia, what to see there? Especially churches?

Rhodes: What to do, where to eat, what churches?

Thanks!

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