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Steeped in history that has evolved from its strategic location at the top of the Iberian Peninsular. Visitors to Gibraltar are assured of breathtaking scenery, wildlife and architecture that captures the unique flavour of this Mediterranean resort.

Insider Tip

Take a trip to neighbouring Spain. The closest town is La Linea - a fine example of all things Spanish and the perfect way to spend a day.

The cooking influences of Gibraltar include Genoa, Malta and Andalucia.

The popular local pasta is baked and consists of macaroni and sauce. Rolitos is a delicacy - a thin slice of beef coated in breadcrumbs, fried or baked.

Visit the pedestrianised area of main street, which has been transformed in recent years.

Take home a piece of Gibraltar Crystal, you'll find it in Casemates Square - see the glass being made and visit the display centre.

Must Do

Explore the Rock of Gibraltar and pay the Barbary apes a visit.

Take a leisurely boat trip around the Bahia de Algeciras and keep an eye out for the pods of playful dolphins somersaulting through the water.

Admire the view from Great Europa Point. On a clear day views of North Africa can be appreciated. Look out for the Rif Mountains of Morocco, the Bay of Gibraltar and the Spanish towns along its shores.

Must See

Gibraltar Museum

Delve into the history of Gibraltar.

Trafalgar Cemetery

The final resting place some of the soldiers who lost their lives during the Battle of Trafalgar.

Alameda Gardens

These picturesque gardens were founded in 1816.