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Looming off the tip of Southern Spain lies the British overseas territory of Gibraltar, a fascinating region overlooking the shimmering turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. Although linked to the Spanish mainland, this tiny colony is a cultural cocktail of all things British, Spanish and Genoese, with a hint of North African influence. Across the area you will find traditional red phone boxes and English pubs, which for some, make it a true home away from home.
Europa PointThe southernmost tip of Gibraltar, home to the famous lighthouse at the meeting point of the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. Constructed in 1841, it offers magnificent views over the waters to Northern Africa.
Baelo ClaudiaWhilst not in Gibraltar itself, these ancient Roman ruins are perched on the shores of the Gibraltar Strait, near the Spanish village of Bolonia. This 2,000 year old settlement is home to well preserved elements including temples and baths.
Gibraltar RockThis iconic rock is located on the southwestern tip of the Iberian Peninsula seperating the territory from Spain. Historically, it was recognised as one of the pillars of Hercules and today it's home to the Moorish Castle and famous Barbary apes.
Cable CarsBy far the best way to see Gibraltar and undoubtedly an incredible experience. The ten minute ascent takes you from the city centre to the top of The Rock, offering spectacular views of over the ocean and tourists can see the famous Ape's Den.
St Michael's CaveA network of fascinating limestone caves found inside the Rock, with 150+ chambers including the Cathedral Cave, constructed due to the cave's natural accoustic properties. Legend has it that the caves were the gateway to Hades.
Queensway Quay MarinaA pretty marina on the Western shore of Gibraltar that features a huge range of fantastic luxury and high street shops and world-class restaurants, with the perfect tranquil setting for a drink at sunset.