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  • Overview

    Holding a unique strategic location on the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, overlooking the Strait of Gibraltar and linked to the Spanish mainland by a narrow isthmus, Gibraltar is steeped in history and has attracted visitors for centuries. Gibraltar

    A variety of cultures have left their stamp on Gibraltar throughout its rich and tumultuous history and today these influences are evident in the architecture, cuisine and customs of Gibraltar where you’ll be met by an eclectic mix of cultures that has developed from the many settlers who have made it their home. It is a living history reflected not just in the Gibraltarians themselves, but also in the many legacies that remain to this day, including a number of prehistoric caves, a medieval castle and 11th century baths, Georgian and Victorian buildings as well as architecture which reflects Portuguese, Genoese and Moorish influences. Despite the imposing appearance of the Rock, Gibraltar is small and in total measures less than six square kilometres and thanks to the newly opened Dudly Ward tunnel one can now drive all the way around 'The Rock'. It is the southern most point of Europe and the only place in Europe where monkeys range free in a semi-wild state.

    Cuisine

    You can find most ethnic and international cuisine in Gibraltar including Indian, Chinese, Thai, Argentinean, Japanese, Moroccan, Kosher, English, Danish, French, Spanish and Italian. Fish lovers are particularly well catered for with Catalan Bay on the east side and the marinas featuring a number of restaurants specialising in seafood and for lighter bites there is no shortage of English and Irish pubs.

    Shopping

    Gold jewellery, watches, perfumes, porcelain figurines and designer wear are perhaps the best buys, although cigars and spirits tend to be the most popular duty free purchases.

    Two Centre Holidays

    To make the most of your holiday you may wish to combine a stay in Gibraltar with time on the Costa del Sol and we can tailor-make any combination of our featured hotels.

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Holding a unique strategic location on the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, overlooking the Strait of Gibraltar and linked to the Spanish mainland by a narrow isthmus, Gibraltar is steeped in history and has attracted visitors for centuries. Gibraltar

A variety of cultures have left their stamp on Gibraltar throughout its rich and tumultuous history and today these influences are evident in the architecture, cuisine and customs of Gibraltar where you’ll be met by an eclectic mix of cultures that has developed from the many settlers who have made it their home. It is a living history reflected not just in the Gibraltarians themselves, but also in the many legacies that remain to this day, including a number of prehistoric caves, a medieval castle and 11th century baths, Georgian and Victorian buildings as well as architecture which reflects Portuguese, Genoese and Moorish influences. Despite the imposing appearance of the Rock, Gibraltar is small and in total measures less than six square kilometres and thanks to the newly opened Dudly Ward tunnel one can now drive all the way around 'The Rock'. It is the southern most point of Europe and the only place in Europe where monkeys range free in a semi-wild state.

Cuisine

You can find most ethnic and international cuisine in Gibraltar including Indian, Chinese, Thai, Argentinean, Japanese, Moroccan, Kosher, English, Danish, French, Spanish and Italian. Fish lovers are particularly well catered for with Catalan Bay on the east side and the marinas featuring a number of restaurants specialising in seafood and for lighter bites there is no shortage of English and Irish pubs.

Shopping

Gold jewellery, watches, perfumes, porcelain figurines and designer wear are perhaps the best buys, although cigars and spirits tend to be the most popular duty free purchases.

Two Centre Holidays

To make the most of your holiday you may wish to combine a stay in Gibraltar with time on the Costa del Sol and we can tailor-make any combination of our featured hotels.

Local Information

Language:
English
Currency:
Gibraltar pound
Local time:
GMT +2 hours
Local airport:
Gibraltar
Flight time:
2 hours 41 minutes

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Featured hotels

The Rock Hotel

4 Star

Following a multi-million pound investment The Rock has been beautifully restored to its former glory

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O'Callaghan Eliott Hotel

4 Star

Situated in the heart of the town?s shopping district, visitor?s to this intriguing colony will find O?Callaghan Eliott Hotel?s location superb

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Sunborn Gibraltar

5 Star Yacht Hotel

Standing in the Ocean Village Marina and with the iconic Rock of Gibraltar as a backdrop, Sunborn Gibraltar is a brand new, unique floating hotel and the world?s first five star yacht hotel.

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Featured hotels

The Rock Hotel

4 Star

Following a multi-million pound investment The Rock has been beautifully restored to its former glory

O'Callaghan Eliott Hotel

4 Star

Situated in the heart of the town?s shopping district, visitor?s to this intriguing colony will find O?Callaghan Eliott Hotel?s location superb

Sunborn Gibraltar

5 Star Yacht Hotel

Standing in the Ocean Village Marina and with the iconic Rock of Gibraltar as a backdrop, Sunborn Gibraltar is a brand new, unique floating hotel and the world?s first five star yacht hotel.

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Local Information

Language:
English
Currency:
Gibraltar pound
Local time:
GMT +2 hours
Local airport:
Gibraltar
Flight time:
2 hours 41 minutes

Weather

40

30

20

10

0

J F M A M J J A S O N D
6 7 7 8 10 11 11 11 9 7 6 6
Average daily hours of sun

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