Vector and raster GPS maps for Garmin and TwoNav Aventura GPS and for CompeGPS/TwoNav and OziExplorer on PC and PDA
vector map for Garmin
The Santiago de Compostela map is the result of complex cartographic elaborations of public data, originally produced at a scale not suitable for GPS navigation. As a consequence, this map should be only used to get a rough idea on the surrounding territory.
Whats new in Version 2.1
As the preceding version, Version 2.1 includes a vector gps map that can be used with most Garmin GPS units but,
also, a raster map to be used with some Garmin units (eTrex 20-30,
series GPS MAP 62, Montana
The raster map can also be installed in TwoNav Aventura GPS or used on PC with CompeGPS, OziExplorer and other GPS software, on request. As a consequence, the raster map can be transferred to many PDA devices running TwoNav or OziExplorerCE.
Height data are also provided, in order to get 3D views using the above mentioned software. It is also provided a GPS route connecting the main villages along the itinerary.
The raster map is composed of seven tiles named Q1..Q7. Each tile can be viewed at a scale of around 1:50.000. Using CompeGPS you can also load more tiles at the same time.
The tiles areas are shown in the following figure (click here to download the PDF):
Santiago de Compostela coverage
Santiago de Compostela covers the area concerned by the itinerary Camino de Santiago de Compostela, from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port in France to Santiago De Compostela in Spain:
It is also provided a GPS route connecting the main villages along the itinerary, thus allowing the user to know the direction and the distance to the next points. The route is delivered in MapSource, GPX and RTE formats.
Here are some images of the raster map tiles, loaded into CompeGPS and OziExplorer:
Here are some images of the raster map tiles, loaded into Garmin GPS units:
Santiago de Compostela characteristics
Santiago de Compostela contains data of the following types:
Contour lines (50 meters interval)
Rivers and creeks
The vector map of Santiago requires around 23 MB of memory (internal or microSD/SD card) and can be installed into the following Garmin units:
Edge 800, 705, 605
eTrex Summit HC
eTrex Venture Cx
eTrex Venture HC
eTrex Legend C
eTrex Legend Cx
eTrex Legend HCx
eTrex Vista C
eTrex Vista Cx
eTrex Vista HCx
The raster map of Santiago is composed of 7 tiles and is compatible with the following Garmin units:
GPSMAP62 (all the models)
Montana (all the models)
Oregon (all the models)
Dakota 10 e 20
Colorado (all the models)
You can install into the GPS only 1 map tile at a time. If you want to install another tile, you need to remove the tile currently installed. If necessary, you can store each tile on a different SD card and substitute the card within the GPS according to your need.
How to purchase Santiago de Compostela
You can purchase the Santiago Use License in five different ways:
1. Item ACPG02A: vector map for compatible Garmin units (see above): 26,90
2. Item ACPG02D: raster map for compatible Garmin units (see above) (7 map tiles): 35,90
3. Item ACPG02B: raster map for CompeGPS or OziExplorer (7 tiles): 29,90
4. Item ACPG02C, bundle ACPG02A + ACPG02B: 49,90
5. Item ACPG02E, bundle ACPG02D + ACPG02B: 59,90
Santiago de Compostela Use License allows you to use the map on a single GPS unit and two PCs.
Use License can be purchased by PayPal. In phase of purchasing, you are requested to provide the ID of your GPS unit and/or the name of the GPS software you use. After purchasing, Santiago de Compostela is delivered via download.