Map of Greece

An interactive map of mainland Greece and islands to have an eye on the main tourist points of interest, airports, ports.
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Maps and guides of Greece

If you are planning your trip to Greece, in the interactive map on this page you can find all the places of interest, the islands we recommend you visit and other useful points for your trip. You can then view cities of art, attractions, beaches, coastal villages and other tourist spots, as well as places of interest such as airports, covered on our site: simply click on the placeholders on the map, or in the list just below, to go to the in-depth tabs on the individual point of interest.

Greece travel guides

However, if you are used to organising your itineraries with a traditional travel guide, we recommend that you buy one of the following directly from Amazon.

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Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet Greek Islands: Perfect for exploring top sights and...
21,00 €17,80 €
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Great Escapes Greece. The Hotel Book
47,50 €
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Bradt Travel Guides
Bradt Greece: The Peloponnese: With Athens, Delphi and Kythira [Lingua...
28,80 €18,99 €
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Greece road maps

If you’re about to discover Greece by car and want to have a detailed map at your fingertips at all times or more simply want to really unplug by disconnecting from technology, there’s nothing better than the good old road maps. On Amazon you will find all the most important road maps of Greece at often discounted prices.

Anavasi Editions
CENTRAL GREECE ROAD MAP R3: te R3 (Greece Central -...
15,10 €
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Grecia 1:500.000. Nuova ediz.: AK 0825
12,90 €12,26 €
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Michelin Greece / Michelin Grece: Map
8,58 €
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Where is located Greece

Greece is located in southeastern Europe and is bordered to the north and northeast by Albania, North Macedonia, Bulgaria and Turkey, while to the south, east and west it has no land borders. The seas that bathe it are three: Aegean Sea, Ionian Sea and the Sea of Crete.

It is one of the most mountainous European states. Approximately 80% of its surface exceeds 700 meters above sea level, with altitudes well above 2000 meters in the Pindus mountain range. This mountain range branches off into the Peloponnese and many Aegean islands such as Crete. In continental Greece they offer a spectacular landscape the high and steep peaks cut by canyons, like The Meteors and the Gorges of Vikos.

Mount Olympus is the highest peak in Greece at 2919 meters above sea level.

The greek islands, the real peculiarity of Greece, cover one fifth of the total area of the nation. They are more than 3000, of which 227 inhabited.