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Best way to travel between SE France and Italy

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I have a question about getting from Languedoc or Provence to Italy (Florence or Rome areas).

We will be renting a car in Girona Spain this June, exploring Catalonia, driving into France and winding up around Avignon and Arles around the 19th of the month. At this point we'd like to find the best way to fly out of France to Florence or Rome to begin our second stage of our trip. On travelocity all of the airfares out of the nearby airports (MRS, MPL, TLN) are steep and most have layovers. Barcelona has cheap direct flights to Rome but we'd really rather not drive the 3+hrs back there. Also, is it a problem at all to pick up a car in Spain and drop-off in France, other than hopefully a nominal fee added on?

Appreciate any ideas!!

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