I am planning a 3 week road trip in France. Im thinking Paris for 3 days, Honfleur (2 days) with stops in Giverny and Rouen. Visit Etrat while in Honfleur. Next stop Bayeaux (2 days) to visit Dday sites. Bayeaux to Amboise visitng Mont St Michel on the way. (2 days). Then to Lyon or Avignon (2 or 3 days?) last to Aix-en_Provence (2 days) leave from Marseille. another question, should I contine with extra time to Cote d'Azur or should I allow more time at any and all of these places?
We drove from Paris to Mont St Michel and the DDay sites in 2014, Germany to France in August 2019 and from Toulouse to Carcassonne and back a week ago...as a word of caution, if you want to go on main freeways, be prepared to pay large toll fees. If you want to skip the tolls the side roads are through the towns and have more round abouts and sites but take longer... all that being said all the sites your planning on seeing will just be a blur... maybe best to see Northern France, Paris and the DDay beaches and maybe Versaille this trip and then do Southern France another time... There is just so much to see and enjoy..take time to visit the grocery stores or a French McDonald's or a Vide Grenier in a town square.. and by all means, drink the wine and eat the bread and cheese!!! Have Fun!!