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From Sarlat to St Remy - town to stop in for a few hours

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I'll be leaving Sarlat on a Monday in July (after 4 nights/3 full days) and driving to St Remy-de-Provence where I'll be based for 5 nights (almost five full days, not leaving till early evening the fifth day). According to google maps it is 5 1/2 hours drive, mostly via autoroute. I'm thinking of stopping in one of the following towns for a few hours en route: Albi, Beziers, Montpellier.

Beziers and Montpellier are right on the route so no additional driving if I choose one of them. Albi adds about a half hour, but the route I'd take would be "D" roads mostly, so less autoroute driving.

Any suggestions which one would be best for a few hours - taking into consideration ease of getting in and out and parking (luggage will be in trunk of car/out of sight). Not really interested in museums, just wandering around taking photos and breaking up the drive and seeing one more place.

Thanks.

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