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Family Holiday Idea's

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Hello, I am new to this Forum. I am interested in hearing some idea's for a suitable Holiday Destination. My Wife and I have two small Boys, a 4 year old and a 1 year old. I am looking at going away on a foreign holiday next summer, the boys will be 1 year older of course by then. A friend of ours highly recommended Cambrils in Salou Spain, however they are booked out for the time we require.
We would like to go away anywhere in Europe for 10 days next summer, and I would love to hear some recommendations on a Family Friendly Destination for small kids , and still close enough to a nice classy town where we could enjoy a nice meal in the evenings.

Many thanks,

Damien

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