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Retiring to Southern France

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64, single and retiring to Southern France. I come from french ancestry near New Orleans, so I have some knowledge and experience in speaking french.
Here's my question(s):
I'm looking for a semi rural small village or town that is not too far from a city such as Toulouse or Montpelier. Anyone have any input on where to retire to, near these two areas? I possibly thought of Carcassone ? I will be on a pretty tight budget, probably about 2700 euro per month, so that will be very important to find an area not too touristy or expensive.
Thanks for any help,
Blackie

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