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French Countryside (west) with side trip to Puy du Fou

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Hi. I just started this research so please bear with me. We are a couple with a 4 year old boy.

14 days in the beginning of July. First few days will be in Mykonos Greece, then the rest we would like to see the French countryside. I also thought it would be a great idea to visit Puy du Fou. Would love some itinerary recommendations, or any festivals good for kids. We plan to rent a car once we get to France, depending on where we land.

1) JFK to CDG (connection to Mykonos).
2) Mykonos 4 nights
3) Fly back to Paris or Toulouse?
4) Sarlat 3 nights (day trips to Rocamadour, Carcassone). Any recommendations on activities for 4 year old?
5) Drive up and stay 1 night at Puy du Fou
6) Drive to Paris, stay 1 night, drop off car at airport, leave for NY.

Is this too much for a child? Mykonos is definite because hotel is booked nonrefundable and thats where I would like to spend my 40th. For this trip we want to visit medieval towns/villages and go the less hectic route. We love wine, food and castles!

Thank you for any advice and recommendations. Did I mention that we need to fit in any activities for our little boy? :)

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