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Holidays to Gibraltar

If you are looking for a holiday with a difference then consider Gibraltar. A holiday to Gibraltar is a unique hybrid of visiting a British seaside resort mixed with the Mediterranean sunshine. Think afternoon tea and seaside bays dotted with fish and chip shops just like you’d expect to see on the south coast of England, but with warm temperatures and glorious sunshine to boot.

Things to do in Gibraltar

A holiday to Gibraltar is a great excuse to get back to nature. Some highlights include:

  • Visit the Rock and see the Barbary Apes or go dolphin spotting in the Bay
  • Wander through the Alameda Wildlife Park, with botanical gardens and a small wildlife conservation park you can come face to face with some beautiful animals.

If you are looking to take in the sights on your Gibraltar holiday then we’ve got a few highlights:

  • Top of your list has to be a visit to the Rock. Hop in a cable car to the summit and you’ll be in for a treat as you rise to 412 metres above sea level. When you get there you will come face to face with the Rocks inhabitants, the Barbery Apes.
  • At the top of the Rock you will find the Gibraltar Nature Reserve, this green space on the West face of the Rock is home to many of Gibraltar’s most important sites and top tourist attractions. Here you can visit the beautiful St Michael’s Cave. This beautiful cave system was believed to have been bottomless and connected to a 15-mile tunnel which connects to Africa.
  • Back on the ground there are two main squares in Gibraltar you might like to explore. These being the John Mackintosh Square and the Grand Casemates Square. Both are lined with bars and restaurants. In John Mackintosh Square you will also find a number of official buildings including the City Hall and Parliament. Both squares are perfect for sitting outside with a drink whilst you relax and people watch.

What is the nightlife like in Gibraltar?

Nightlife on a holiday to Gibraltar is a calm affair, think lots of relaxed evenings in bars and restaurants, enjoying fine food and drink.

  • There are a few nightclubs is you want to dance the night away and even a casino
  • Many of the hotels have cocktails bars where you can unwind in the evening – one highlight is the Sunborn hotel. Visit the bar on the deck of this super yacht hotel and enjoy the surrounding views.     

Beaches

There are six main beaches around the shoreline of Gibraltar. 

  • Eastern Beach is the largest and is covered in beautifully warm sands. It tends to get busy as it enjoys all day long sunshine, and unlike the other beaches which are obscured from the sun by the Rock. Eastern Beach is at the end of the airport runway, so be prepared for some low-flying planes over head.
  • Catalan Bay, at the base of the rock is also well worth a visit. Popular with both tourists and locals this sandy beach is perfect for a lazy day. Here you will find some fantastic seafood restaurants to try out too.

Shopping

Gibraltar is a duty-free shopper’s dream. High street are filled with well known British stores, boutiques and souvenir shops.

  • For the best tax-free shopping, head for pedestrianised Main Street and then roam the surrounding narrow lanes which overflow with classy gift shops selling must-have local souvenirs like beautiful, hand-blown Gibraltar crystal and glass, delicate porcelain and leather goods and silks.


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