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Stopover in Tudela?

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My husband and I are finishing up the itinerary for our October trip to Spain. We're flying into and out of Barcelona and renting a car. At the end of our trip, we need to get from San Sebastian back to Barcelona, arriving on a Monday night (our flight leaves Tuesday morning). I know that drive is about 7 hours, so we're thinking of splitting it up... maybe spending Sunday night somewhere about halfway between the two cities. I've seen Tudela recommended... can anyone tell me more about it? Or does anyone have other recommendations?

Our plan is to spend a few days in Barcelona, then a few days around the Costa Brava/Girona region, then drive to San Sebastian (with perhaps an overnight somewhere along the way).

thanks!

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