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Travelling in Spain: Marbella to Valencia

My wife and I are visiting Spain in September 2017 (yes we plan ahead) with a desire to explore the coastal towns that stretch from Marbella to Valencia. We will be hiring a vehicle and in all likelihood will take in the hinterland as well.

Do you think a week is sufficient to take in the best of this region and are there must see places of interest, and alternatively places to avoid? Having done Tuscany and Provence in similar fashion we thoroughly enjoy village life (with some action; local food and wines etc) and don't mind the noisy localities. We reside in HK so noise is a part of our daily lives!

Ideally we would base ourselves in 2-3 towns as use these as our places of rest whilst taking in the delights of this splendid region. I am keen to learn which towns would be best selected from which to manage this week.

Any ideas and suggestions will be gratefully received.

Ron W

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