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St Remy de Provence or another location?

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I chose St Remy de Provence based on it's "central" location between Uzes/Pont du Gard and the Luberon Villages. Now I would like to add a day trip to Cassis, and I'm wondering if there is an attractive convenient town a bit to the east that might work better. We don't mind an hour or so drive to various towns, but the 90 minutes to Cassis seems a little far for an excursion.

We are going at the end of September and have allotted 5 nights for this location, before we move toward Nice. Looking for an attractive small town or large village (not a city) with some dining and shopping choices, and access to the areas mentioned above.

I'm willing to stick with St Remy, but wanted opinions on a possible switch.

This trip is giving me lots of puzzles; I think it's because I'm so unfamiliar with the area, and there are so many choices of great places to visit.

I need to decide on this first part of the trip and move on to the next. Thanks.

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