New map Curacao Travel Map. 1:55,000. Kasprowski, 2016.
The map covers Curacao and Klein Curacao (Scale 1:55,000) on the front, plus Willemstad urban area on the reverse, spanning from the international airport to Spanse (Scale 1:18,500). Insets of the Willemstad town center (Scale 1:8,000), Grote Berg (Scale 1:6,000), Tera Kora (Scale 1:6,000), and Barber (Scale 1:6,000).
The map shows all the island's known roads and streets with their names, displays its many diving sites and an extensive set of biking routes, and locates all the major hotels by name.
Rich topographic detail
Symbol key and scale
Main and secondary roads, diving and shipwreck sites, biking and hiking trails, hotels, beaches and reefs, Arikok National Park and other natural features, caves, bird refuge and watching sites, turtle nesting sites, gold smelter and windmill ruins, international airport, parking areas, hotels, hospitals, lighthouses, gas stations, places of worship, cemeteries, schools, museums, ports and marinas, police stations, post offices, wind turbines, geological formations, and other points of interest.
Curacao. 21 x 25".
Curacao is an island in the southern part of the Caribbean Sea. The isle is the largest and most populous of the three so-called ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao), and belongs to the Netherlands Antilles, a self-governing part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Curacao is renowned for its coral reefs, which make it an excellent spot for scuba diving. The beaches on the south side contain many popular diving spots.