Heraklion Prefecture of Crete on a road map at 1:150,000 from the Athens-based Terrain Editions, highlighting scenic routes, campsites, archaeological remains and other places of interest. On the reverse a town centre street plan of Heraklion/Iraklion, mainly the area within the old city walls. Coverage along the south coast includes the archaeological sites of Phaestos and Aghia Triada, as well as the resorts of Matala and Aghia Galini.
Maps in this series present Crete’s topography by satellite-based relief shading, with spot heights for selected peaks. Road network indicates dirt roads and shows driving distances on main and on selected secondary routes. Scenic roads are prominently highlighted, as are locations of particular interest. Also marked are campsites, mountain refuges, archaeological sites, castles and monasteries, etc. All place names are in both Greek and Latin alphabets. The maps have a UTM grid, plus latitude and longitude crosshairs at 4’. Map legend includes English.
On the reverse each title has a city centre street plan of its main town, indicating important buildings and facilities, including selected hotels, museums, banks, etc. One way streets are marked, also car parks, petrol stations and car repairs workshops. Main streets are in both Greek and Latin alphabet; smaller streets in Greek only.