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Driving Through Gascony and from Pau, Question on Route

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Can anyone give me advice for a great (scenic) drive between Pau and Bergerac in the Dordogne? I've heard that N21 through Auch and Agen is nice but google maps says this takes 4 hrs 30 minutes, which means with stops it will take more like 7 hours. What about the routes google maps recommends (via A65)? Is it any good?

Would you recommend skipping Pau and going directly from Bayonne to the Dordogne? I heard Pau looks nice and the drive from Bayonne to Pau might be pretty, with the Pyrenees on one side (if anyone has a recommendation for which route to take in this case as well I'd be grateful.)

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