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Where to go in March - Spain, France, or Italy? No rain!

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Deciding on a mid-march vacation. Food and wine extremely important. The places we are looking all seem like they will be warm enough to enjoy the outdoors (60s or so), but want to be sure that
1) it wont' be too rainy
and
2) restaurants and cultural sites will be open.

3 main options:
1 - Provence (and possibly Roussillon & Catalunia). Could start in Barcelona and drive over, or just do Provence and southern Rhone.
2 - San Sebastian/Bilbao/Rioja. Only caveat is our last Europe trip was Barcelona, so maybe Spain overkill? Though very different cultures.
3 - Somewhere in southern Italy - maybe Puglia or Sicily.

No interest in Southern spain or Portugal.

Any thoughts?


Thanks

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