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6 days from santander to Narbonne/Girona/Provence?

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We are getting the ferry into santander and then hiring a car and traveling into the Pyranees staying around Jaca for a few days then we need to head to Provence via Narbonne, as narbonne looks lovely we are going to stay there for one night on the way. I am thinking of getting the coach to narbonne from girona, this gives us 6 days to get from Santander to Girona, is this way too far? Anyone got any ideas for this route? HAs anybody done a route similar to this before? Are we getting it very wrong? Any input will be hugely appreciated!
Love the idea of staying in the mountains for a bit around Jaca.
Thanks so much.
Eilidh

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