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Family Villa in Italy, France, Spain, or Portugal

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Hello everyone. We are planning a few weeks vacation in Europe. We are a family with 3 young children (4,7, and 9). We would like to rent a home or apartment with a pool in a few scenic areas. We have been to Provence and love it. We plan to spend a week there. We are also considering spending a week in Tuscany. I have some questions I was hoping to get some guidance with.

1) We are looking for some recommendations on the Algarves. Is it comparable to Provence, in terms of beauty and fun for the family?

2) Is there a region in Spain that anyone would recommend for a family vacation. We don't want it to be too crowded. Is there a region similar to Tuscany or Provence?

3) What are your favorite towns in Tuscany? Do you have any recommendations for our trip there?

I look forward to your insightful ideas.

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