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Southwestern France Itinerary advice

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My husband and I are cycling the Camino de Santiago and will be finishing on June 30. We will be returning to the USA around July 19 and need a Southern France itinerary for July 1 - 19. We would like to see some of the Midi-Pyrenees, Pays-Basque, and the Languedoc areas. (We visited Sarlat, Provence, and Nice two years ago and want to see new places this year.)

Our current itinerary after completing the Camino de Santiago is:
• Drive from Santiago de Compostela to Santander; spend one night.
* Drive to San Sebastian, return rental car; spend 2 nights.
• Bus or train to St. Jean de Luz; spend 2 nights.
• Bus or train to Cauterets; spend 3 nights
• Road trip with two or three bases in towns such as: Auch, Cahors, Figeac, Najac, Rodez, Albi, Millau, Montpellier, Ceret, Foix, and Toulouse.

We are interested in road biking, especially by rivers, lakes, or canals. We also want to hike in beautiful scenery, and see cultural attractions.

We are presently overwhelmed and would appreciate itinerary suggestions.

Thank you.

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