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14 days in Spain in September. Help with an itinerary

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We haven't yet but will be booking a two week trip to Spain in September or early October and we'd appreciate some suggestions about where to go and what to see. We love architecture, music and scenery - not into food so much. I'm 65 and my husband is 73 and although we've travelled quite a bit we now find ourselves happier staying in one or two places - modest, B & B's or Airbnb and travelling to villages close by. For instance when in France we stayed 3 or 4 nights in Paris, took the TGV to Provence, rented a small house for a week in Bagnol sur Ceze - a little working town, rented a car and did day trips to all the villages/towns around. Any suggestions of similar experiences in Spain. We will probably be flying in and out of Barcelona. Thank you

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