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One month in southern Spain with little ones. Where to stay?

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Hello! We are looking to book a trip in Spain and looking for a recommendation on which town we should make our homebase. We plan to go mid April- end of may, approximately 5-6 weeks, with our two children (ages 3 and 1). We would like to rent a home in one town and make a few weekend trips to other places - Portugal, moracco, or just other places in Spain. We have a few criteria for where we stay and would love any contributions from others on where may meet these:
1. Not super small town, but not a super big city. Stroller friendly place that feels safe, and also has enough options for things we can do and explore nearby. We likely will not have a car, so very walkable.
2. On the water - Mediterranean is a plus
3. Easy access to airport and train station
4. Spanish speaking - (not Catalan) - part of our reasoning for visiting Spain is to work on our Spanish.

And ideas for day trips and weekend trips would also be welcome!

Oh, also - we are open to northern Spain too- but it seems like the weather will be nicer and preferable in the south...

Thank you in advance!

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