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Family of five in France/Italy

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We are travelling to France and Italy with our 3 children (ages 3, 8 and 10) for 5 weeks next summer. Our first two weeks will be spent with family in Provence. We are looking for ideas on small towns and accommodations for the remaining 3 weeks. Ideally we would like one more week in Provence at a small cottage in the country. Then we would like the remaining two weeks in the Italian countryside within an hour's drive from Florence. Again, a small cottage or part of a house. We are an active family and would love to enjoy some biking, longer walks/hikes, exploring markets and just "living like locals". Ideas greatly appreciated.

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