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Insight Travel Map: Cyprus (Insight Travel Maps) Map – 2 Apr 2013
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Difficult to choose between this and Marco Polo maps although if you have no need to make notes on the map, I'd say the Marco Polo maps just nick it.
On receipt of this new up-to-date Insight map (dated 2013/2014), it appeared that the road status of many of the routes I had driven on previously in the Pafos Forest and Akamas peninsula regions had not been improved in this period being shown in 'white' and described as 'secondary' roads.
On arrival in Cyprus this spring and driving around the Akamas peninsula it was clear that most of the roads were no different than 20 years ago being very rough unmade gravelly tracks. In contrast, the roads in the Pafos Forest region, to my surprise and relief were now smooth asphalted roads.
The problem with the map is that, at least on roads that I have used, it has grouped unmade tracks (more suitable to 4WD vehicles) with perfectly good asphalt roads (suitable unfortunately for tourist buses as well as standard vehicles!) as "secondary" roads.
Therefore the would-be tourist in a standard (non-4WD) vehicle has no idea what he/she is letting themself in for - perhaps being pleasantly surprised or cursing if the weather turns wet on an unsuitable unmade track they find themself on!