One of the titles in a series of road maps of Mexico’s states, each with a large street plan of the provincial capital and plans of several other local towns. The road maps show the road and rail networks on a clear base, without any topographical detail, although major peaks and mountain ranges are named. Local administrative boundaries are shown and national parks and other protected areas are brightly highlighted. A range of symbols provides information for tourists: accommodation including campsites and trailer parks, historical and archaeological sites, beaches and spas, sport and leisure centres, natural curiosities, petrol stations, etc. The maps have margin ticks at 30’ intervals. Map legend is in Spanish only. Each title has a list of municipalities with their postcodes, but without reference to their location on the map.
Each title also has a large street plan of the provincial capital, showing names of various districts and annotated with places of interest, schools, and other local institutions and facilities. Again, there is no street index, only a list of all the districts with their postcodes. Plans of other larger towns are similarly presented, while maps of smaller locations have no lists of postcodes or indexes. Each title also has a table of distances, plus a table showing various facilities and places of interest in the main towns of the state.
In this title: plans of Tepic, Acaponeta, Santiago Ixcuintla, Compostela, Ixtlán del Río, Ahuacatlán, Tecuala, and Tuxpan.