11th Mountain Cartography Workshop
The Mountain Cartography Workshop brings together cartographers, geographers and others who want to discuss the current developments in mountain cartography and spatial data analysis and representations related to mountain environments.
The theme of the Workshop is Mapping for Outdoor Activities in Mountains since Croatia is a popular destination for many outdoor activities and adventures. However, submitted papers, presentations and panels can deal with any aspect of mountain cartography, or map data related to mountain environments. Different presentation types are possible, from classic research papers to live software demonstrations and map discussions.
Our Organizing Committee warmly invites you to participate in the Mountain Cartography Workshop. Looking forward to meeting you on Hvar, a “mountain” in the Adriatic Sea.
Quick info on Hvar
Image: Copernicus Sentinel data 2017
The island of Hvar is located in the Adriatic Sea, 60 km south of Split which is well connected by its international airport. You can easily reach the workshop site by ferry or catamaran from Split in few hours. This will take you to the sunniest island of the Adriatic Sea with an annual average of 7.7 hours of sunshine per day. The highest peak is St. Nicolaus with 628 m above sea level and only 1000 m horizontal distance from the coastline.
The city of Hvar is a unique fusion of luxurious Mediterranean nature, rich cultural and historical heritage. A fully developed touristic infrastructure and the beautiful nature will guarantee for the participants to benefit from professional discussions and enjoy the hospitality of the local people.