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nimes to italy

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Hello we have 3-4 days to make our way from Collioure to Italy (Torino). We would like to drive along the coast and plan to make a first stop in Nimes to show our kids the Ampitheatre and the Pont du Gard which we missed on an earlier trip. Can we do both sites in one day? Is one night sufficient for Nimes?

From Nimes to Torino is there a spot you might recommend for an overnight (or two). We have bikes on the roof and lots of luggage so somewhere where we can securely park and leave things in the car would be preferable. I'm thinking Nice might be too busy/congested for that idea though I would love to see Nice.

We are heading out in a couple of weeks so much will be weather dependent ie if pouring rain fewer stops! If it's sunny it would be lovely to be near the ocean.


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