Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory and headland, on Spain’s south coast. It’s dominated by the spectacular Rock of Gibraltar, a 426m-high limestone ridge. First settled by the Moors in the Middle Ages and later ruled by Spain, the outpost was ceded to the British in 1713. Layers of fortifications include the remains of a 14th-century Moorish Castle and the 18th century Great Siege Tunnels, which were expanded in WWII.
Gibraltar has plenty of attractions, amazing culture, and wonderful hospitality, highlights include, Moorish Castle, Gibraltar Rotary Club, Dolphin Safaris, beautiful beaches, historic main street, Cable Car to the Summit of the magnificent Rock, guided tours of the whole Rock. It is often said Gibraltar with all of its culture, heritage, hospitality, and pageantry is one of the unique and must-see, locations in all of Europe.
Gibraltar Visitors Guide
If you are a visitor to Gibraltar, or a new employee, then our unique and tailored “Culture and Relocation Guide” has you covered. Encompasses Gibraltar’s finest Shops, markets, restaurants, bars, and sports bars. Gibraltar best Gym’s, sports facilities, and open-air swimming pools. Included also Gibraltar’s Domestic Services for sign-ups i.e. Internet, Electric, Gas, Water, and Postal and packaging services. Gibraltar’s Medical Services i.e. dentists, Doctors, and Vets. Finally, our tailored route is GEO logically organized so that you experience the best in culture, heritage, and see and experience some of Gibraltar stunning viewpoints during your stay on the magnificent Rock of Gibraltar.
Gibraltar Adventure Route Anti Clockwise
Our culture guide features over 100 of Gibraltar’s finest cultural sites and attractions. First Ocean Village for some culinary delights. Then due South to visit the historical Grand Casemates Square and Gibraltar Main Street. The route continues further South passing the historical Governors and Chief Ministers Official Goverment offices, Trafalgar Cemetery, Botanical Gardens, Alameda Wildlife Park, before heading upwards to the world-famous Mediterranean Steps, Windsor Suspension Bridge, Sky Walk View Point, Barbary Apes sanctuary, City Under Siege Exhibition, World War two tunnels, and Moors Castle. We then walk southeast to Queensway quays to experience wonderful Marina Bay restaurants before continuing around the coastline of Gibraltar’s to enjoy Gibraltar’s best beaches, open-air swimming pools, beach volleyball courts, and historical Europa point. This unique and exciting route is a four to five-hour hike and certainly an adventure of a lifetime. Enjoy your stay in magical, historical, cosmopolitan Gibraltar.
Gibraltar Cultural Guide © Simon & Monika Newbound