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    We've been there September & October and it most places are pretty closed by mid-October, particularly on the less popular islands.

    My ideal time to visit would the the 6 weeks from September on. Perfect. about 4 years ago

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    Thanks - I was curious too! about 4 years ago

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    a trip to the Greek Islands is actually a great destination in September and October. Visitors will still enjoy the beautiful, balmy weather and warm, azure waters while also getting away from the crowds and experiencing the destination in a more budget-friendly manner.

    I got the chance to visit these beautiful islands last September. After hearing about how crowded the popular ones like Santorini, Ios and Mykonos were, I was surprised to experience the exact opposite. Not that it was completely empty, but you can visit popular sites without feeling like a sardine in a can. Additionally, while my friends who had gone in July had spent about $1,800 for a round trip flight from New York to Athens, I spent only $875 going in mid-September. Not only are flights cheaper, but accommodation and ferry tickets often are, as well. Many cruises also offer special discounts in September as they reposition their cruise season.

    Aside for the Halkidiki peninsula and the islands of Samothrαki and Thαssos, most of the Greek Islands are perfect to visit during shoulder season and will still cater to tourists. While each island has something special to offer, 10 that I highly recommend are Ios, Mykonos, Santorini, Paros, Naxos, Crete, Delos, Corfu, Rhodes and Skiathos.
    Until mid-October, you'll be able to enjoy water sports like windsurfing, Most Greek islands are “open for business” from Easter until mid-October; southerly Crete and Rhodes stretch that to late October. about 4 years ago

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