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Family holiday Oct-Dec 2015

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Hello experienced travelers,
We are a husband, wife with a 7 year old and two four year olds. We are looking to travel from Australia to Europe for around 3 months Oct-Dec 2015 for a family adventure. We are restricted to this time due to work and schooling and realise it is coming into winter.
Husband enjoys surfing and was drawn to south of France around Biarritz, also Spain San Sebastian and around those areas to start. We surf with wetsuits and dont really need hot summery days for this. Although it would be nice to go to at least one nice warm place during our time. So maybe we could embrace the last of the summer in a warmer place then go Paris and maybe end up in a snowing place? or reverse, would love to visit Turkey, Croatia or Greek islands. I would like to have some time in Paris too. We dont want to move around to too many places but maybe up to 3 places as bases to travel and come back to? We are looking at house exchange for some of the time and make up the rest with holiday rentals. We are easy to please with accommodation and activities, would just to be nice to experience different cultures. Any advice would be much appreciated,
Thankyou Lawsonfive

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