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Can you help me with Greece Itinerary?

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Hello fodorites,
We are excited to travel to Greece this summer , mid August for 13 nights with 2 kids ages 13 and 9.

Little did I know, 13 nights is not even enough to scratch the surface :(

Here is my first draft itinerary : Would really appreciate your input. I really want to visit Peloponnese area.

Day 1: Arrive at Athens, drive to Napflion
Day 2: Napflion
Day3: Monemvasia
Day 4: Drive back to Athens
Day 5: Athens
Day 6: Day trip to Delphi
Day 7: Leave to Crete
Day8-10: Crete
Day 10: leave to Santorini
Day10-13: Santorini
Day 13: Fly home via Athens

I know this is a very busy schedule. Should I skip Crete and do Naxos ?

What are your comments? I know I haven't included Olympia and Meteora too.

Thanks in advance,
Kush

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