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Cantal/Puy-de-Dome area: is 5 days too long?

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We're planning a June trip by car, which currently looks like this:

- Paris (4 nights): we'll pick up the car outside the city
- Loire Valley (5 nights), staying near Azay-le-Rideau
- Dordogne (5 nights), staying near Rocamadour
- Puy-de-Dome (5 nights), staying in Murat (this is actually the Cantal, but nice accommodation in the Puy-de-Dome area has proven very hard to find)
- Burgundy (5 nights), staying in the Morvan
- Paris (2 nights before flying home)

We like quiet, rural places and are keen walkers, which is why we've chosen to stay near the Puy-de-Dome area en route to Burgundy, but previous posts make me wonder whether we should rethink this and stay near Puy-en-Velay instead. Less dramatic landscape, but possibly more to occupy us for 5 days...

All suggestions appreciated!

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