A visit to Gibraltar is a must. A unique place for being British territory and for being inhabited by a multi-cultural and multi-religious society, as well as for its strategic value in the Mediterranean. You will discover the Apes den, St Michael Caves and the most impressive views of the Strait of Gibraltar over Africa and the Bay of Algeciras.
We will meet the guide at the pick-up point with departure from Málaga, Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Marbella or Estepona, you have chosen and get on your bus to start the journey to Gibraltar.
During the bus tour you will enjoy the journey along Malaga and the Costa del Sol while our guide will tell you anecdotes and curiosities of this British colony.
Once we reach the Line we will cross the border, remember check your documentation to access Gibraltar.
After arriving at the Gibraltar bus park, we will change into a minibus to start the tour of the Rock, enjoying the views of the Rock and its surroundings. panoramic tour of Gibraltar. During the journey we will go through tunnels and small cliffs over the sea that lead to the southernmost point of Europe, stopping at the viewpoints of the Punta de Europa, you will be able to make out the Strait of Gibraltarfrom which Africa and Europe can be seen.
A little further on, we will continue our climb up the rock to access the interior of the impressive Cave of San Miguel, where legend has it that the caves themselves were believed to be the Gates to Hell, an entrance to the underworld.
You will also be able to see the Apes Den. Animal endemic to Gibraltar, the Barbary macaque which lives in the wild within the Rock of Gibraltar Nature Reserve, also known as the Calpe Rock or Mount Calpe.
The visit to the Rock of Gibraltar is to visit another country and an amalgam of cultures unique in Europe.
At the end of the sightseeing tour, you will have free time for lunch, such as trying the Fish & Ship at The Clipper, or shopping in the Rock's shopping area, with highlights including Main Street.
At the time indicated by our guide we will meet again for the return journey to the same place where we picked you up.
If you prefer to explore Gibraltar at your own pace, no problem, we'll drop you off in the centre of Gibraltar and you'll be able to use the whole day off to visit Main StreetCasemates Square, the Alameda Botanical Gardens, strolling through Marina Bayenjoy the beaches such as Sandy Bay or Catalan Bay and even go hiking in the Mediterranean Steps.
Area of Málaga, Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Marbella and Estepona.
Yes, it is accessible. Please indicate this when booking.
For non-EU and non-UK citizens, please check the need for a VISA to visit Gibraltar. en: http://www.gibraltarborder.gi/visa. The responsibility for access to Gibraltar lies with the person who has booked the tour.
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We went on an excursion from Fuengirola to Gibraltar. The excursion included The Rock tour. During the tour we visited the cave of San Miguel and also saw many funny apes outside the cave. After The Rock tour, we had free time in the city centre for duty free shopping and lunch (I recommend fish and chips at Casemates Square restaurants). The tour was very enjoyable and very well organised, the guide was also excellent with an incredible knowledge of local history.
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