The AA one of the whole country is what we have and it's plenty detailed - we usually get the most detailed Michelin fold-out map for the area we're staying in too just because you can fold it up small and it's easier to manage in the car.
Our old atlas was the Michelin one - from 1993, I just threw it away this week - mind you I don't think French roads change at anything like the same rate as ours. It's excellent anyway. (Well it did the job the last few times we went!)
I guess it's this one - it was spiral bound anyway.
Thanks. Think our old one might have be Mitchilin - a yellow one, but not spiral bound.
Never been to south of France before, so really looking forward to it. I am sure there is going to be lots for us to do. Staying in one of those static caravan/mobile home type places - first tyime for that too - near Frejus. But planning on being out and about loads, rather than staying in the camp.
Now, the one thing I noticed with other mapss has been when you go into a town - the maps just ahve a blob over the town - so it is left to you to sort out how to get through. Any which have better detail?
Yes - sat nav would be great. DH made the decision to not get it as an option for some bizarre reason.
In saying that though - I do really enjoy being in charge of the map reading and directions. I am probably just sad though - but especially when going somewhere a bit more off the main road, I quite like the challenge of getting us there.