My family and I are planning on taking a vacation to Greece in late August 2020, permitting it will be safe to travel, of course, our goal is to not put ourselves or others at risk during these trying times.
If we are fortunate enough to travel this summer, we are planning in flying to Athens (1 night) then taking a ferry to Mykonos (3 nights)-- Paros or Naxos (2 nights)-- Santorini (3 nights)-- Milos (2 nights)-- Athens (1 night). Then fly home, we have never traveled to Greece before, we are well versed in traveling, but I recognize all places are different. That being said we are completely open to anyone's input, I would love to hear it.
Is this plan feasible, and if it isn't, what changes should be made?
Would you recommend Paros or Naxos?
Are three nights in Mykonos too long? (I have heard mixed reviews in these forums)
A little insight, I am traveling with my husband (52), my two daughters (19 and 20 yrs old), and my mother in law (75) ( but she is more active than any of us, she could outrun me lol), So athletic activities aren't a problem.
If anyone has any input I would greatly appreciate it.