A to Z Travel Blog - Gibraltar
Updated: Mar 19, 2020
I can't believe that we are already 7 months into 2018, gosh the year is going quickly! It was another difficult decision this month deciding which country to write about Greece, Germany or Gibraltar (Greenland, Guatemala, Grenada and a few others are still on the list). In the end the British Island of Gibraltar - 2018 A Year of Culture won hands down. Famously known as The Rock of Gibraltar it was first occupied by the Moors then fought over by the French and Spanish for centuries, before being occupied by the British. At only 3 square miles it is a haven in the Mediterranean located at the south tip of Spain.
A to Z Blog - Gibraltar
Today Gibraltar can be reached via cruise ship, by driving overland from Spain, train from London, Paris or Madrid and several airlines including low cost carrier easyJet with fares from as low as £25.00 one way!
Don't miss the must see's and do's while visiting Gibraltar including the incredible views from the Top of the Rock, it's many tunnels and caves including St Michael's Cave, with its magical stalactites and stalagmites. Gibraltar is really easy to walk around but it's a hike up to the Top of the Rock, so why not take the cable car. Did you know Gibraltar is the only place in Europe to be home to wild monkeys? These cheeky monkeys are definitely worth a watching!
As well as Gibraltar's only 5 star floating hotel the Sunborn super-yacht there is accommodation available for all budgets.
See the Top 10 Best Hotels in Gibraltar for more inspiration.
2018 Gibraltar - A Year of Culture
I hope you have enjoyed reading and inspired to visit The Rock of Gibraltar. Have you already visited? What was your favourite place to visit? please share your comments and email your questions to enquiries@MDHardingTravelPhotography.com Happy Travels:) x