Gps ozi maps
Moving map software       Maps for Oziexplorer
Cyprus maps | region overview

Available gps maps in OZF2 and OGF2 formats. Screenshots see below

All maps are calibrated and ready to use with gps navigation software such as
Oziexplorer, Oziexplorer CE, SmartComGPS, SmartComNavigator, MapViewGPS, CarMonitor.
*Note) Each moving map software has its own map format, make sure when chosing a map for your device. if you don't know what exactly you need. contact us by email.

  • Ozf2 map format for Oziexplorer / OziCE

    Pafos map - Oziexplorer     Cyprus country map - Oziexplorer
    map of Paphos.ozf2 map of Cyprus.ozf2

  • Ogf2 map format for Smartcomgps / Navigator / Carmonitor

    Paphos town map - Smartcomgps     Cyprus country map - Smartcomgps
    map of Paphos.ogf2 map of Cyprus.ogf2

    Travelling and tourist information

        Cyprus is a deeply enjoyable holiday island that boasts myriad charms year round. Within one compact and sweepingly attractive island are a variety of rich landscapes and eclectic travel experiences. The rich story of the island can be traced back over 10,000 years. Like many Mediterranean islands, Cyprus has long been seen as an important strategic base with various civilisations having swept through over the years from the Ottoman Turks to the British, the Greeks to the Romans.

    While independence was achieved in August 1960, in 1974 Turkish troops arrived on the northern coast of Cyprus, having been ‘invited' by the Turkish Cypriot leader, Rauf Denktash, to intervene in order to protect the Turkish community. Since the Turkish army took control of the northern third of the island it has remained partitioned and UN peacekeeping forces maintain a truce between the two sides with all attempts to date to find a solution failing.

    Cyprus as a destination is not just about its (admittedly very attractive and impressively clean) beaches, as it also offers skiing and hiking in its voluminous mountains, charming hilltop villages and vine-blessed slopes with nearby towns where you can sample the seriously underrated Cypriot wine. Then there is the sweep of Roman and Greek remnants that scatter the island and sit dramatically amongst its coast and mountains. Moving into the towns and cities, there is a dash of Mediterranean swagger to go with the bright lights and buzzing nightlife.

    Nicosia is the capital city of Cyprus with a population of some 270,000.

    Currency: Euro

    Climate: One of the benefits of being a Mediterranean island is plentiful sunshine throughout the year, and Cyprus is no exception. In fact, Cyprus epitomizes the ideal weather of the region with sunny days and fine temperatures almost every day. Extremes of temperatures are rare, meaning Cyprus has something to offer every month of the year, whether it's swimming (as late as November) or enjoying cultural sites and festivals (all year long).