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Scenic road trip itinery from Northern to Southern France

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We are a couple who are looking to plan a driving trip driving our own car from Scotland to France and travelling throughout France for 2-3 weeks on June/July 2012.

We are looking for any advice because we would like to take a scenic route through the countryside and small towns/villages and not too much motorway driving. We enjoy seeing natural features, churches, chateaux, bridges, markets etc. and of course we are big foodies and enjoy our food and wine. We would like to stay at recommended chambes d'hotes and inns along the way.

We have only visited Provence and Cote d'Azur previously so would appreciate any advice on routes because we are novices.

Many thanks

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