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November in France

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I'd love some advice.
I have spent a few summers in France, my husband has not. He is joining me on his first trip to France in November. We will be in Paris for 4 nights for a working holiday, then have 6 nights to spare before returning home. I adore the South of France. I have been to Antibes, St Tropez, Aix, Avignon, Marseille and Gordes. I loved them all. Always gravitate onwards the Old town in each place. I'm struggling to decide whether I should should try a new region, or stick with the areas I know I love. We don't really rush off to see monuments, but prefer to take in the history, culture and sights. I know November is not the best time to travel to France, but would like to make the most of a wonderful opportunity. I was thinking about Loire or Normandy region if we don't return to Provence. Weather-wise, which would be the best region to visit in November?
Ps. When I have travelled to Provence previously, I have not rented a car, we will rent one on this trip.

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