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Spain Road trip Barcelona to San Sebastian June 2017

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Very excited to be planning our first trip to Spain from Australia - we are in our early 60s.

We plan to fly into Madrid for a few days, train to Granada for a few days, then Barcelona for a few days before hiring a car to embark on road trip.

From research, places of interest are (obviously this list is not in driving order): Zaragoza, Montserrat,Torla, Ainsa, Huesca, Pamplona and Jaca, but would welcome suggestions.

We are keen to experience the beauty of the Pyrenees and dont mind a few windy/twisty roads.

Help with "must see" places between Barcelona and San Sebastian and driving routes would be fabulous.

After San Sebastian we plan to go to Bordeaux.

This is my first post so very excited to get feedback.

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