Map making

We produce Orienteering maps according to the most recent international standards. For us the map’s readability is a crucial point on our work, as we believe that’s the only way of turning orienteering fair and fun for everyone.

We also produce touristic maps, matching the needs of our customers.


Portfolio

28 – Gradiz

Area: 1,0 km2 (2020)

Client: Aguiar da Beira City Hall (Portugal)

Expansion of Aguiar da Beira Norte map to reach Gradiz small old village. Pine forest with some rock, bare rock and cultivated lands. See the full map here.
This map was created to implement a new permanent course.


27 – Sequeiros

Area: 2,5 km2 (2020)

Client: Aguiar da Beira City Hall (Portugal)

Pine forest with a lot of rock details. Some areas have denser vegetation.
There is a permanent course on this map.
See the full map here.


26 – Torreira school

Area: 0,1 km2 (2020)

Client: Murtosa school (Portugal)

Small school in Torreira to be used to teach Orienteering. See the full map here.
We implemented permanent courses on this school.


25 – Penela da Beira Urbano

Area: 0,4 km2 (2020)

Client: COV-Natura (Portugal)

Small old village with a complex area on the East and a simple area on the West. Narrow roads and blocks on the floor. See the blog entry here.


24 – Cheire du Puy de Côme

Area: 1,2 km2 (2020)

Client: FFCO (France)

Map made with Tiago Aires (total = 6 km2). One of the most difficult terrains in the world. Vulcanic area (Clermont-Ferrand) with a lot of rocks on the floor and very dense forest. Climb mostly negative. See the blog entry here.


23 – Machico

Area: 0,75 km2 (2020)

Client: CMoFunchal (Portugal)

Enlargement of Machico’s map, a village in Madeira island. A lot of narrow paths behind the houses (known as “veredas”).


22 – Funchal

Area: 1,5 km2 (2020)

Client: Madeira Orienteering Association (Portugal)

Urban map of Funchal, capital of Madeira island.


21 – Vila da Ponte

Area: 0,88 km2 (2020)

Client: COV-Viseu (Portugal)

Map made with Tiago Aires (total = 2,7 km2). Dense pine forest with a lot of huge boulders. See the blog entry here.


20 – Penela da Beira

Area: 1,15 km2 (2020)

Client: COV-Viseu (Portugal)

Map made with Tiago Aires (total = 2,4 km2). Pine forest, not very dense, with a lot of rock and some bare rock. See the blog entry here.


19 – Moreira – Pena Verde

Area: 2,7 km2 (2020)

Client: Aguiar da Beira City Hall (Portugal)

Technical and though forest south from Aguiar da Beira. Pine tree with rocky details all around. This map was first created to install a permanent Orienteering course.
See the blog entry about this maps here and the full map here.


18 – Linhares da Beira

Area: 0,32 km2 (2020)

Client: COV-Natura (Portugal)

Small old village with a castle on the North side. Narrow roads and blocks on the floor.


17 – Choupal

Area: 1,0 km2 (2019)

Client: Coimbra University (Portugal)

Map of Choupal forest, close to Coimbra City. Map made to the University to teach Orienteering at Sports Science degree. There was a very old version made by Rui Antunes. See the full map here.


16 – São Jacinto

Area: 1,4 km2 (2019)

Client: Aveiro City Hall (Portugal)

Map of São Jacinto village and its military base (South). Flat terrain with wide streets and some open lands. See the full map here.


15 – Quinta de Açores

Area: 1,8 km2 (2019)

Client: Aguiar da Beira City Hall (Portugal)

Forest connecting Aguiar da Beira and Quinta de Açores. This map was first created to install a permanent Orienteering course and to be used by the students (school on the SW of the map). See the full map here.


14 – Cortiçada Este

Area: 1,1 km2 (2018)

Client: Aguiar da Beira City Hall (Portugal)

A small and beautiful pine tree forest East of Cortiçada, Aguiar da Beira. This map was first created to install a permanent course. See the full map here.


13 – Figueira da Foz (central part)

Area: 0,7 km2 (2018)

Client: ADM Ori-Mondego (Portugal)

Central part of Figueira da Foz map. Used at Portugal “O” Meeting 2019 Sprint Relay (courses planned by us). There was an old map made by Alexandre Reis. See the updated map here.


12 – Buarcos – Figueira da Foz

Area: 0,6 km2 (2018)

Client: ADM Ori-Mondego (Portugal)

Old part of Figueira da Foz City. Narrow roads mainly with blocks’ floor. A quite big hill side descending to the sea. Used at Portugal “O” Meeting 2019 night Sprint (courses planned by us). There was na old map made by António Neto. See the updated map here.


11 – Montemor-o-Velho

Area: 0,5 km2 (2018)

Client: ADM Ori-Mondego (Portugal)

Hilly old village with a castel on the top. A lot of stairs and blocks’ floor. There were an old map made by Rui Antunes. See the updated map here.


10 – Viseu (Parque Urbano S. Tiago)

Area: 0,2 km2 (2018)

Client: COV-Natura (Portugal)

Update of previous map made by Raquel Costa after some works made on the São Tiago’s park. See the updated map here.


9 – Carapito (Dolmens)

Area: 0,9 km2 (2018)

Client: Aguiar da Beira City Hall (Portugal)

A small portion of pine tree forest and cultivated fields where you can see 3 Dolmens with 5000 to 6000 years old. This map was created only to install a permanent Orienteering course. See the full map here.


8 – Carapito

Area: 1,0 km2 (2017)

Client: Aguiar da Beira City Hall (Portugal)

Hilly small old village with narrow and disorientated roads with blocks’ floor. JWOC 2022 Sprint will be held here. See the full map here.


7 – Dornelas

Area: 0,5 km2 (2017)

Client: Aguiar da Beira City Hall (Portugal)

Small map, consisting on two distinct sides of a small old village, connected by small paths through cultivated fields. Hilly terrain with narrow and disorientated roads with blocks on the floor. See the full map here.
There is a permanent course on this map.


6 – Coimbra

Area: 1,0 km2 (2016)

Client: ADM Ori-Mondego (Portugal)

Map made to Beira Litoral “O” Meeting 2017, a Sprint WRE (courses made by us). Big hill with the oldest european University on the top. Mainly blocks on the roads. See the full map here.


5 – Porto – Fontainhas

Area: 1,3 km2 (2016)

Client: GD4Caminhos (Portugal)

Fontainhas area in Oporto City. Mainly big streets with asphalt floor. See the full map here.


4 – Aveiro

Area: 3,6 km2 (2016-2018)

Client: Ori-Estarreja (Portugal)

Aveiro city map made in 2016, 2017 and 2018, for Aveiro City Race of those years. Distinct areas on the map, with parks, old city type, newer places, etc. See the full map here.


3 – Praia de Mira

Area: 0,5 km2 (2014)

Client: Ori-Estarreja (Portugal)

Small old fishers’ man village. Really narrow passages between buildings (less than 1m in a lot of places). Watch this video to see some of those passages. Used at Portugal “O” Meeting 2015 night Sprint. See the full map here.


2 – Mira-Villas

Area: 0,7 km2 (2014)

Client: Ori-Estarreja (Portugal)

Nordic style small village surrounded by forest, just 500 meters from the sea. This video shows the type of terrai. Used at Portugal “O” Meeting 2015 Sprint Relay. See the full map here.


1 – Aguiar da Beira

Area: 0,7 km2 (2013)

Client: Ori-Estarreja (Portugal)

First drawn map to host a competition. Used at Mediterranean Championships in Orienteering 2014. Typical Portuguese inland small village, with narrow and disorientated roads and blocks on the floor. See the full map here.
There is a permanent course on this map.