The Rock crouches over the sea like an ancient stone beast, looking Sphinx-like to Africa. Beneath the white cliffs of this natural fortress grows a profusion of palm, pine, and cypress. No fewer than 600 varieties of flowers thrive here, some not found anywhere else on Earth. Gibraltar's stunning setting is matched by its history - five countries have battled for 13 centuries to control the passage between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. The result made for a cultural melting pot. Veiled Moroccan women in caftans and vacationing Englishmen and Spaniards stroll along the narrow, steep lanes. The locals revert to a liquid Spanish when talking among themselves. And visitors to a 15th-century cathedral pass through a blue-tiled courtyard, once part of a 13th-century mosque.
Helmeted bobbies, pillar-boxes and pubs make for a bit of Britain in the Mediterranean. Gibraltar is a fascinating place, from its caves and batteries to the Barbary apes gamboling on the slopes of the Rock.
Gibraltar's top attraction, tailless monkeys, known as Barbary Apes, congregate in this viewing area. The last remaining population of the species on the European continent, these playful primates are thriving.
A rapid ascent of the Rock of Gibraltar affords spectacular views of Europe, Africa and the sparkling Mediterranean. The Top Station is steeped in military history and home to the acrobatic Barbary Apes.
St. Michael's Cave
Explore the underground chambers of the Rock's largest cave filled with fine stalagmites, subterranean passageways and an unexpected amphitheater. The cave's formations are dramatically lit and displays detail the cave's history.
Europa Point / Rock of Gibraltar
The Rock is strategically placed where the Atlantic and the Mediterranean meet. The picturesque southernmost point is home to the striped lighthouse, the Shrine of our Lady of Europe and a domed mosque.
Great Siege Tunnels & Upper Galleries
Walk in the footsteps of British soldiers who carved tunnels out of solid limestone so that cannons could get through to the northern side of the rock, during the Great Siege of 1779 to 1783.
Housed in a restored, 18th-century building, the museum showcases the cultural and natural history of Gibraltar through the ages. Displays detail the Rock's geological origins, military involvement and connection to the sea.
World War II Tunnels
The Rock's WWII tunnels are the site of an exhibition featuring historic photographs and a complete tunnel map. Explore the facilities and various cave formations along with the stunning views from Jocks Balcony.
When the King's Bastion was built, it was the most important defensive position of the Rock's westerly defences. Its shape was based on traditional ideas of bastion fortification: it was a large arrow headed construction which projected from the curtain wall into the sea
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Hike the Mediterranean Steps
2.75 hours | Gibraltar | GIB-410G I B - 4 1 0
Europa Point / Rock of Gibraltar
Lace up your hiking boots for a trek up the famed Mediterranean Steps, a flight of stairs that offer spectacular views. After zig-zagging your way 1,398 feet above sea level alongside the west, south and east faces of the Rock you'll receive a well-deserved certificate of completion.
Grab your walking shoes and camera and delve into Gibraltar's exciting history on a three-hour guided walking tour that takes you to the scenic Top of the Rock and includes such highlights as the magnificent natural phenomenon of St. Michael's Cave, the delightful Barbary apes, and the historic Great Siege Tunnels.
It's up and away on a cable car when you explore Gibraltar independently, taking in the magnificent views and top attraction, the Apes' Den, from both the top and middle stations. Perfect for independent travelers, this tour utilizes personal audio devices so that you can learn all the "Rock's" history at your own pace.
Soak up the history, culture and beauty of Gibraltar on a combination mini-coach/walking tour featuring some of the city's most iconic spots. In addition to strolling along the battlements of King's Bastion fortress there will be plenty of photo stops including Europa Point, Gibraltar's southernmost tip, and picturesque Catalan Bay.
Sail through the Straits of Gibraltar on this fun-filled boating adventure in search of the striped, common and bottlenose dolphins native to these waters. Thrill to these creatures frolicking freely against the breathtaking backdrop of The Rock, Spain and Africa.
See all of Gibraltar's top attractions on a panoramic six-seater taxi tour, which includes an exciting walk inside St. Michael's Cave and a visit to Apes' Den to encounter the famed tailless monkeys. You may choose to disembark on Main Street at the completion of the tour for independent sightseeing.
Military buffs will thrill to the exploration of Gibraltar's historical sites on this walking tour through the massive fortification and elaborate complex of the World War II Tunnels. View an exhibit of maps and vintage photographs detailing strategic operations and enjoy spectacular views from Europa Point and Jock's Balcony.
Learn the ancient art of making gin with a tour of Spirit of the Rock. Discover how Gibraltar's only gin distillery creates 100% organic gin, made with the highest possible ingredients and hand-crafted by gin experts. Following a tasting, you'll be treated to a sample to take home.
Delve into the turbulent history of the Rock, a massive fortress that, due to its unique location, played a key role in history and is considered one of the world's most significant military strongholds. Your guided tour visits the Gibraltar Museum, the City Under Siege Exibition and the Great Siege Tunnels and introduces you to the delightful Barbary apes.
Gibraltar's top attractions are highlighted on this scenic guided tour, which includes a thrilling walk inside St. Michael's Cave, a visit to the Apes' Den to encounter the famed, tailless monkeys and the opportunity to photograph breathtaking views of Africa across the Strait from picturesque Europa Point.
Andalusia produces half of the world´s cork, and this adventure offers the opportunity to travel across the border to beautiful Spain to visit a traditional cork and cattle farm. Immerse yourself in country life, stroll through the cork forest, and learn the centuries-old techniques used to create bottle stoppers. Samples of local tapas will be served.
Travel to the jet set resort of Marbella. You'll experience the charm of the Old Town on your own or enjoy something to eat in a plaza lined with orange trees, a 15th-century Town Hall and trendy boutiques. You'll cap your day off with a visit to a favorite haunt of the rich and famous.
This tour is designed for passengers who prefer to see some sights from the motorcoach with little or no walking involved. A relaxing, scenic drive around Gibraltar includes panoramic views from Europa Point, an exciting array of historic sites and a "spot of tea" in a delightful British Colonial-inspired hotel.
Gain a unique perspective on Gibraltar's fascinating history on this guided tour featuring panoramic views from Europa Point, cable car stops at all stations, an encounter with Barbary Apes, a narrated walk through the 18th-century Great Siege Tunnels and a visit to the fascinating City Under Seige Exhibition.
Quench your thirst for knowledge about wine with a visit to My Wines. Following a panoramic tour to Chatham Counterguard, you'll be greeted by a staff member of the gastro wine boutique. Sip a selection of wines paired with delectable gourmet bites and later, purchase wine and explore Main Street.
Revel in the rhythms of Spanish flamenco with an introductory dance lesson. Easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions will have you kicking up your heels in no time. To commemorate your lesson, a professional photographer will capture your unforgettable experience followed by a small glass of celebratory bubbly.