National Geographic's Adventure Map of Greece is an invaluable tool for travelers seeking to explore the country's rich history, remarkable beaches or picturesque islands. Find cities and towns easily with the aid of a user-friendly index. Plan your route with the mapped road network complete with distances and designations for expressways, major and secondary routes along with tracks and highlighted scenic roads for those wishing to travel off the beaten path. Additional travel information includes airports and airfields, passes and tunnels, harbors, ferry routes, railways and border crossings. Among other pinpointed destinations are monasteries, castles, churches, mosques, caves, mines, ski resorts, spas, beaches, archeological sites, scenic viewpoints, national parks and UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The northern half of the country is covered from its borders with Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria and Turkey to the ancient city and Greek capital of Athens, including the World Heritage Sites at Meteora and Delphi. Inset maps show the islands of Kerkyra (Corfu) and Zakynthos (Zante). The country's southern half details from the Peloponnesus Peninsula down to the island of Crete, including the popular islands of Rhodes and Mykonos. Such an abundance of specialized content, not available on traditional road maps, makes the map the perfect companion to National Geographic's Greece Traveler Guide or any other guidebook.
Every Adventure Map is printed on durable synthetic paper, making them waterproof, tear-resistant and tough — capable of withstanding the rigors of international travel.