This is a 2-sided map activity about the fictitious and dreamy (haha) town of Brisas Lindas, Mexico. It features a very easy to read map with typical town spots like the bank, post office, gym, etc. All are labeled in Spanish. There is a compass rose at the bottom for clarity. The activity requires the students to follow directions written in the tú form. You could easily change it to the Ud. form if you're practicing formal commands. It requires students to draw on their map as well as tell where they end up. This way, they can't just read the last direction as my students often attempt ;) Next comes some true/false questions based on typical direction words. There is a word bank that you can either keep or delete based on your preferences. There is an answer key provided. I made this because after teaching Spanish for 17 years I was tired of all of the other bad map activities I encountered. Enjoy!