Een degelijke overzichtskaart van het oosten en zuiden van Spanje.
Spain is one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe. The country is extremely diverse, reflecting its history. The coastal areas of the Mediterranean were probably first settled by Phoenicians, then Greeks, then Romans, and then Arabs before being brought into a united Spain at the time Columbus was seeking a sponsor to fund his proposed journey to discover new lands to the west. This map focuses on the coast from the French border south through Catalunya all the way to the Straits of Gibraltar and Cadiz. The offshore islands of Mallorca, Ibiza, and Menorca are included, as is the North African Spanish enclave of Ceuta and the British enclave of Gibraltar. All road and rail lines are shown, including the new Cadiz to Madrid fast train. By the nature of mapping, a considerable amount of the interior is on the map as well, so this map is much more than just a coastal journey through Valencia and Murcia to reach Granada, although that would be a very enjoyable trip. The map is equally applicable to interior trips to Cordoba or Albacete as it is a map of the coast. However, its purpose is to show the attractions of the coast – beaches, resort areas, historic towns, forts, nature reserves, archaeological remains, and Top Attractions.
Roads by classification, Rivers and Lakes, National Park, Airports, Points of Interests, Highways, Main Roads, Zoos, Fishing, and much more...