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Spain with young kids

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We are planning a week long beach vacation in Spain with 2 small kids (2 and 3 yrs old). Our mid 60 yr old parents will likely join us and we are late 30s. We'd like to center the vacation around the beach and would like to rent a villa/house. As we comb through the millions of options, we are becoming overwhelmed.

Can anyone recommend a coastal location which may be good for us? We are looking for calm, easy swimming, good quality restaurants that are sophisticated, but kid friendly. We like dining out, but not nightclubs. We would rather not stay in or near the big all inclusive resorts. We also like to stroll through shops so a proper town or village is preferable.

Forgive me, I know this is broad, but any help helping us slim down the options would be great. I've been doing lots of research on line, but still haven't been able to narrow it down.

Any ideas? Thank You!

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