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Italy in early July 2013 - which is the coolest area? (temp!)

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We have the first two weeks of July 2013 cleared for a holiday. I am a coeliac and also have fairly rubbish knees, also due to a nerve condition I can't fly for more than a few hours or tolerate very hot temperatures (fun and games!). On the other hand, my husband and two daughters (10 and 16) are fine so want a reasonably normal trip!

I'd heard that Italy was a coeliac heaven, and have always wanted to go.....BUT I know July is pretty hot there.

Is there any part of Italy likely to be cooler at this time? Or is it just not going to happen?!

I've done a lot of research on France for coeliacs and it sounds like a lot of work and language skills are required. I just don't want a holiday that involves that much fuss around my food!!! My poor family.... ;-)

Any suggestions much appreciated. I'm going internet-blind on this one....

Thanks.

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