In Verdon Ula and L'estamporanée should be on top of everyones list for cracks. For the latter, a double set of friends up to camalot #4, and apparently a #5 and a #6 comes in handy (I haven't done it, you should check french version of camptocamp for gear beta).
For the bolted stuff, here's the list I send to someone asking for routes in the same grade range, in order of difficulty: Rivière d'argent, Série Limitée, Ange en Décomposition, Caqous, Surveiller et punir, Marche du temps, Démon, Rideaux du Gwendal > Pichenibul > Cthulu, Alix punk de Vergons, Surface, Il gioco di prestigio, etc etc. For Gwendal, bring some wires to aid the crux pitch or move it up to level with Il gioco... in difficulty.
Montrebei should be perfect in November. I've only done Globeros in Alaska (7a+), the crux pitch is almost entirely protected by pitons and bolts, the rest ... not so much.
For unclear reasons, I've never been to Peña Montañesa, but my friends go there mostly in winter (but I've seen fbposts this week asking for partners to go there)