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Three days in Provence - advice please

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My 18 year old daughter and I are planning a brief stop in the Provence area in early July. We will fly in from Rome to... Nice? Or Marseille? (any other options?) on the 6th, and leave by train for Paris on the 9th. I haven't decided whether to rent a car or not. If not, I think we will base in Avignon. However, we really want to experience "village France", so I would welcome suggestions for a good small village home-base. Please note whether most appropriate with a car, or if there's reasonable public transport access. I would also appreciate any other advice for this leg of our trip. Thanks in advance!

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