San Marino Map
A map of San Marino that shows towns, villages, hamlets, rivers, and highways. It includes a satellite map that displays the hilly terrain as it doesn’t have much flat ground being part of the Apennine mountain range.
San Marino Political Map
San Marino is a small microstate country, surrounded by Italy. It occupies an area of 61.2 square kilometers (23.6 sq mi), which makes it fifth-smallest country in the world. The capital is San Marino City, situated next to Mount Titan (Monte Titano). But its largest settlement is Dogana, located in the north. Even though San Marino is completely enclosed by one of the most visited countries in the world (Italy), it’s the least visited country in Europe.
San Marino Satellite Map
San Marino is mountainous and is part of the northern side of the Apennine Mountains. Its population is just over 33,500 people with its primary language as Italian. San Marino does not have any lakes but has several large flowing rivers including Ausa, Fiumicello, and the San Marino River. The country does not have any airports but it has a heliport in Borgo Maggiore. Only 16.7% of San Marino is forested with a minimal amount of area classified as water.