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Wonderful location, close to grocery store and has a bus stop right in front. The apartment was clean and all amenities were provided, including laundry soap and dishwasher detergent. We had a beautiful balcony with an amazing view of the rock. The restaurant attached to the property was very tasty, ...
Had a fab time here, the house is lovely and clean with everything you need. It’s in a central location and has the added bonus of access to communal pools that are gorgeous. We were met by Dante who gave us all the info we needed and was easy to contact during our stay. Would definitely recommend ...
More British than Britain, Gibraltar is one of the UK’s most unique overseas territories. Measuring just 2.6 square miles, ‘The Rock’ is home to a bustling city, rugged hills, narrow beaches and inquisitive monkeys. Visit the rocky outcrop to explore its caves and tunnels, relax on its sun drenched beaches and experience life in one of the most idiosyncratic places on earth. Whether you’re looking for some fun in the sun or you’re just curious to see what Gibraltar is really like, booking a hotel in this bijoux destination won’t disappoint.
Catalan Bay – A small fishing village with its very own stretch of sand, Catalan Bay is located on the eastern side of The Rock, away from the main settlement. A great place for swimming, sunbathing and relaxing, a hotel in Catalan Bay will boast a good choice of restaurants, cafes, shops and amenities nearby.
Eastern Beach – The longest stretch of sand on the outcrop, Eastern Beach is located just to the north of Catalan Bay. As the beach gets sun throughout the day, it’s a great place to top up your tan during your stay in the territory.
Gibraltar – The west side of Gibraltar is home to 98% of the territory’s population. Visit this vibrant area for great food, a lively nightlife and a wide selection of souvenir shops and luxury retailers. Book a hotel in Gibraltar and you’ll find you’re close to the territory’s museums, as well as its cultural and civic buildings.
The Rock –The Rock of Gibraltar is home to a nature reserve, around 300 barbary macaques, a vast network of caves and tunnels and the remains of an ancient Moorish castle. A fantastic place to discover more about this unique outcrop, and to escape the busy city streets, a visit to The Rock is a must during your stay on Gibraltar.
The main sight in Gibraltar is the territory’s towering rock. Standing 1,398ft high, the promontory is visible from every point on the outcrop. Thanks to their love of the camera, the monkeys that live on The Rock have become an attraction in their own right and no trip would be complete without a visit to see these inquisitive creatures. Other important sights on the territory include St Michael’s Cave, the Europa Point Lighthouse, the Trafalgar Cemetery and St Andrew’s Church. On a clear day, you’ll be able to see the coast of Africa, with the best views available from Europa Point.
The City of Gibraltar offers a wealth of things to do, with a great range of restaurants, shops and bars. Spend a day exploring the city streets, shopping for souvenirs on Main Street and enjoy a refreshing pint in one of the many British pubs found in the centre of the city. Outside of the main settlement, Gibraltar offers a beautiful nature reserve, a selection of sun drenched beaches and a fascinating network of tunnels, all of which are well worth exploring during your visit to this unique corner of the UK.