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Which islands to visit in Greece?

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Hi Everyone, I am booking a trip for 8 nights for my parents during 2 week of October. Currently here is what I have planned - 1 night in Athens, 4 nights in Mykonos, 3 nights in Santorini. Here is some background info. My parents will be traveling with two other couples. They do not prefer desolate areas. They like places which have a good tourist vibe, good scenic beauty, areas with lots of cafes and bars (like la rabmla in Barcelona) were they can sit with friends and spend time. So I was wondering if the 4 nights in Mykonos and 3 nights in Santorini will be too much? And should I swap these with another island? Also will the weather be good in October?

Thanks in advance for all your help!

Cheers.

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