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Provence & Camargue Road Map (7th Edition) by Michelin (2010)

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Part of Michelin's Zoom series covering major towns and popular holiday areas throughout France, this map of Provence and Camargue in the south west of France covers both sides of the lower Rhone Valley, extending along the coast from Montpellier (Sete, actually) to Marseille and north to Montelimar.

The map shows road detail from motorways to rough tracks and footpaths, with intermediate road distances shown on most roads, toll and toll-free sections of motorways are indicated and various road obstacles such as steep hills, height limits, one way streets and prohibited roads are marked. The map also shows cycling routes chosen by the Association Francaise des Veloroutes et Voies Vertes and some of the long-distance GR routes.

The map includes relief shading and spot heights to indicate topography. View points, scenic routes, religious and historic buildings, caves, palaces and villas, parks and loads of other places of touristic interest are marked out with symbols. The legend is only in French, but most symbols are reasonably self-explanatory.

A number of inset maps are included, showing street maps of Aix-en-Provence, Arles, Avignon, Marseille, Montelimar, Montpellier and Nimes with one way streets and heaps of points of interest marked out.

Product Overview
Product NoCMS0025740
Weight (g)120 g
PublisherMichelin
Edition DateApr-10
Size110 x 250 x 10mm
FormatFolded Map
Scale1:160 000
ISBN9782067149915
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Part of Michelin's Zoom series covering major towns and popular holiday areas throughout France, this map of Provence and Camargue in the south west of France covers both sides of the lower Rhone Valley, extending along the coast from Montpellier (Sete, actually) to Marseille and north to Montelimar.

The map shows road detail from motorways to rough tracks and footpaths, with intermediate road distances shown on most roads, toll and toll-free sections of motorways are indicated and various road obstacles such as steep hills, height limits, one way streets and prohibited roads are marked. The map also shows cycling routes chosen by the Association Francaise des Veloroutes et Voies Vertes and some of the long-distance GR routes.

The map includes relief shading and spot heights to indicate topography. View points, scenic routes, religious and historic buildings, caves, palaces and villas, parks and loads of other places of touristic interest are marked out with symbols. The legend is only in French, but most symbols are reasonably self-explanatory.

A number of inset maps are included, showing street maps of Aix-en-Provence, Arles, Avignon, Marseille, Montelimar, Montpellier and Nimes with one way streets and heaps of points of interest marked out.

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