1st Ed. 2012 – Spain’s Canary Islands chain, off the coast of southern Morocco, are a well-established tourism haven for winter-weary Europeans. When Lan and myself were there gathering research for preparing this map, we met so many Germans that we started wondering who was back home minding the country! Regardless, the Canaries are one of the largest travel destinations in the world; ideal for soaking up sunshine, engaging in water activities, or exploring. All the islands have been included on this map, as well as the ferry routes connecting the. Naturally, airports, roads, major resorts, towns, beaches, parks, hiking trails, and touristic attractions are included. Each island is shown at the same scale and with the same attention to detail. As well, several inset maps of urban areas has been included, such as Santa Cruz de la Palma, Cancajos, Los Llanos de Aridane and Puerto Naos on La Palma, Santa Cruz on Tenerife, Las Palmas on Gran Canaria, Corralejo on Fuerteventura, Arricife on Lanzarote, and a couple of other towns that even I don’t know. This is an excellent travel friendly map, easy to read and to use; printed on paper double-sided.