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Family trip to Europe

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Hello - I would love some ideas on destinations in Europe for a multifamily trip during the summer. We are celebrating my mom's 70th birthday and we will have kids as young as 6 in our group of 10. We are looking for an area where we can rent a big and comfortable villa and use that as a base to explore nearby cities/towns. We spent the last two summers in France, first in Provence and then in Dordogne. We'd like something very similar as those areas had a bit of something for everyone and we had a pool for the kids. We are thinking of Tuscany but want to venture out and see what else we should be considering. Spain? Austria? Croatia? Is Turkey too difficult given the distances? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks,
Sun

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