Perhaps I shouldn't butt in until I've actually been (ask me next year), but I've seen a number of comments saying 2 weeks on Paxos is too long.
Surely that's a bit of a sweeping generalisation?
Doesn't it depend on what you're looking for? There appear to be far more people on this board (who know far more than I do) who return for two and sometimes three weeks annually, and keep returning, so it can't be that bad.
Different strokes for different folks - thank goodness, or we'd all be queueing up for the same holiday!
We went to Haki (in the South Dodecanese nr Rhodes) last year. Much the same sized island as Paxos, but 90% barren, with only one village/port - roughly the size of Lakka. No cars, no roads and absolutely nothing to do all day except chill, and then choose from half-a-dozen tavernas in the evening.
I'm sure it would be far too quiet for the majority of folks, but like Paxos, the regulars keep returning each year and love it for exactly the reasons most wouldn't.
As it's a dry island, the water is shipped in, and as a result there are no pools on Halki (although many properties are on the waterfront). We had one such, but encountered lots of jellyfish, hence my better half has informed me that a pool is now one of the items on our "tick list" .
I'm hoping Paxos will offer the same peace, quiet and complete R&R that Halki did, but with the pool! I think I can cope with 2 weeks of that.