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Tammy can you tell me why May is the best time to go to the Greek Islands? My FI and I plan to honeymoon there. I was always told by greek people that the summer was the best time. Just curious. Oh and for people doing Cabo I think November and May are the two best times to go. And don't go getting all upset Cabo is pretty much nice all year round so if your wedding is not on the greatest month to go, it doesn't mean that your not going to have an amazing wedding. Plus I will be at all your weddings so that will make it that much more fabulous! LOL.

 

-Glenda

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Tammy can you tell me why May is the best time to go to the Greek Islands?
-Glenda
glenda i was wondering the same thing, being one of the few greeks here(maybe only, i think)

even though the weather May be mild, the waters are freezing, imagine trying to take a bath in ice water. I have had a random cousin tell me how they went to the beach in the spring.. but that is not the norm.

July is good time to go. August is crazy, but more chance of a heat wave, and every greek is on vacation until the aug15... so if you wait and leave NY after aug 20th, the flights will be cheaper and the weather is still fab, and the islands wont be as packed as in the middle of august(read every greek from queens is on thier way back by then)

if you really are considering going, i can totally give you some help..

sorry for the long message

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Tammy can you tell me why May is the best time to go to the Greek Islands-Glenda

Here is what it says for May..

Why: This month is just prior to their high season so it may be pricier, but the perfect honeymoon weather and fewer tourist is worth every penny.

Where to stay: Hidden on the western end of Santorini, the tiny Katikies Hotel (from $337) hangs more then 300 feet cliffside above a brilliant blue water basin. With it's winding stairways, terraced verandas, infinity pools and island antiques, the place exudes a romantic glow that may rival your own.

Honeymoon must: The resort is revered for White Cabe Restaurant, a one-of-a-kind eatery tucked inside a secluded cave over looking the sea. With only three tables in teh place, you'll feel the entire staff is there for just the two of you.

*If the date's not doable: Try to go during the off-season in Mid September to October (weather is just as perfect, but the prices are often much cheaper)


Hope this helps Glenda...

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