Evia (Euboea) with Skyros at 1:110.000 on a double-sided, contoured and GPS compatible, topographic road map from Anavasi printed on light, waterproof and tear-resistant synthetic paper. The map divides Evia north/south, with coverage on the southern half extending to the outskirts of Athens; the northern half extends west to Livadia.
Contours at 100m intervals, enhanced by relief shading and altitude colouring, plus spot heights and plenty of names of peaks, mountain ranges, etc, provide and excellent picture of the region’s topography. Names of most towns and villages are in both Greek and Latin alphabets; names of geographical features and of places of interest highlighted on the map vary, with some shown only in Greek. Road network differentiates between asphalted and unsurfaced roads and indicates difficult roads. Driving distances are shows on main and selected local roads and locations of petrol stations are marked. Railway lines and ferry connections are included. Symbols highlight various places of interest including campsites and mountain refuges, archaeological sites, monasteries, beaches, harbours and marinas, etc. For GPS users UTM grid is drawn at 5-km intervals, with additional crosshairs for latitude and longitude at 1’ intervals. The index is in the detachable map cover.