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6 weeks with a caravan and three young kids!!

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Hi guys, I've never posted on here before but am desperate for some advice please?! I am starting to plan a 6 week holiday next year (kids summer holiday so july/august 2014) and have no idea where to start. I can't even decide on a country/countries, lol.

My first thought is Italy but the obvious touristy places that I'd actually like to see are going to be crazy busy and that's a bad start already considering I'll have three children to see to. So I feel kind of stuck...I'm open to any suggestions!

-Would ideally like to stay 3+ nights at each caravan site, don't want to mess about and move too often, I will be the only adult and therefore will have to do everything myself :(
-Enjoy peace and quiet
-Nice scenery, pleasant drives between locations

I'm really quite easy going but have never 'travelled' before and don't know where to begin so any advice would be lovely. Thanks

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