Gibraltar is full of surprises! You may well know that Gibraltar is home to a troop of mischievous Barbary Macaques, but did you realise that approximately 300 of the furry trouble makers are descendants from North Africa, and are the only wild monkey population in Europe!
Gibraltar, commonly known as ‘The Rock’ by locals, boasts a warm, Mediterranean climate, given its fortunate location at the tip of Southern Spain. Classified as a peninsula, Gibraltar has become an idyllic location for the sun-starved British holidaymaker, riddled with curious caves, historic world war tunnels, museums, a nature reserve and a cable car to transport up to the top of the rock, all well worth the look at by avid historians, nature enthusiasts, tourists and locals alike!
Down in the town of Gibraltar you will discover an array of artisan craft shops, cafes and restaurants to enjoy. For the more adventurous holiday maker there is a abundance of leisure activities at your fingertips including sailing, hiking, e-bike riding, helicopter rides and dolphin trips to immerse yourself in at the spectacular beaches which have crystal clear waters to relish.