Maps of Spain for Garmin units

These maps are based on open mapping data prepared by CNIG. They are highly detailed with every building (and its swimming pool!) watercourses, roads, tracks and woodlands and cultivated areas.. The data is supplemented by tracks and footpaths from Open Street Map together with selected points of interest (bars, hotels, campsites, etc). The maps are downloadable immediately after purchase and tthe download contains a .img file that can be copied directly to the device and a GMAP folder that can be used with Garmin's Basecamp software. Instructions are in a 'Readme' file.

The format of the source data is not suitable for making these maps routable but they contains a searchable index of places and addresses.

Try before you buy - download a sample map of El Hierro

Andalucia

Almeria, Cadiz, Cordoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaen, Malaga and Sevilla
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Balearic Islands

Menorca, Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera
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Canary Islands

Lanzarote, La Graciosa, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, La Gomera, La Palma and El Hierro
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The map is available in two formats that are both in the download. The 'GMAP' format is the Garmin format that works with Basecamp on both PC's and Mac's. Basecamp can then be used to transfer some or all of the map to a Garmin unit. The map can be used in Basecamp whether the Garmin device is attached or not. The 'IMG' format is copied to the Garmin folder of a memory card and inserted into the Garmin device. Basecamp can access the map only when the device is attached and it will be slower. The IMG format can also be used with smartphone apps such as Orux and applications such as QMAPSHACK .
Andalucia : 7.00

Balearics : 7.00

Canary Islands : 7.00

Although these maps are designed for Garmin units (whose trademarks are acknowledged) they are not endorsed by Garmin.These maps use CNIG Opendata but are not endoresed nor recommended by the CNIG. Copyright CNIG and Open Street Map contributors.
This data has been processed from CNIG and OSM but I cannot be responsible for its accuracy nor how it is used. You should always carry a backup means of navigation.

John Thorn Lorien CF3 5FX UK  john@the-thorns.org.uk