Gibraltar Vacations

Gibraltar can arguably be described as one the most recognizable landmarks in the world. Consisting of a rock and coastal lowlands connected to Spain's Iberian Peninsula by means of a sandy isthmus Gibraltar enjoys a balmy subtropical mediterranean climate with mild winters and warm summers. Rain occurs mainly in winter, …

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Things to see and do in Gibraltar

andriesss | FlickrCable Car
Cable Car
tony.evans | FlickrSt. Michaels Caves
St. Michaels Caves
Makiah Chadwick | Trip by SkyscannerGibraltar
henribergius | FlickrThe Moorish Castle
The Moorish Castle
Hunda | FlickrDouglas Path
Douglas Path
tony.evans | FlickrThe Gilbraltar Museum
The Gilbraltar Museum
WayneX | Trip by SkyscannerEuropa Point
Europa Point

Reviews of Gibraltar

Ralitsa P
Ralitsa PVillamiel de Toledo, Spain

A must in your list to visit if you are on the Costa del Sol. Beware of the monkeys..

Chris P
Chris P

Very odd place .Often filled with expats needing a fix of fish & chips or Branston pickle. The rock is good, the apes are mean, be careful - they bite. Quite funny watching other people being bitten . No shouldn't have written that - bad karma !

Nick L
Nick LCambridge, UK

Get a taxi tour up 'The Rock of Gibraltar' and see the barbary apes. Wander through the shops with tax free goods. Visit the new marina area with shops and restaurants.

Peter Koghee
Peter KogheeAmsterdam

GIBRALTAR Actually very special that once you pass the border from the South of Spain, in my case running over the airport of this rock, you all of a sudden are in an English City. Gibraltar is, if you're in the area, worth a visit.

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