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A month in Provence

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My husband and I want to spend a month in Provence. We plan to start our trip with 12 days in Ireland in early September, and then travel to Provence for 4-5 weeks from mid-September to mid-October. We would like to find an apartment in a location we could take day trips from, but that would have enough locally (shops, cafés, markets) for the times we want to have a more relaxing day. My husband speaks fluent French and we are looking for a place where we could feel like we were part of the community. We would like to use only occasional car rental and rely on local transportation if possible. We aren't against renting a car for the whole time in France, though. Any tips for how best to get from Dublin to southern France, as well as where to stay and what to do is appreciated.

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