Gibraltar, the southernmost point of the entire continent! Let’s discover why it is worth spending a day in this city that belongs to the British crown in Andalusian territory.
It stretches for about 7 square kilometers and has a population of 30,000 inhabitants.
Very famous is the Peñón Natural Reserve with the Cueva de San Miguel and its funny macaques. From the Rock you can enjoy an impressive view of North Africa, the Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea.
In Gibraltar there are different architectural styles: Arabic, Spanish and Victorian.
Gibraltarians speak a mixture of English and Spanish, and purchases can be made in pounds or euros.
The first stop is at the “Punta de Europa”, with its typical lighthouse, and from where you can see the African continent just 24 km away, and the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean that come together.
Visit the Cueva de San Miguel, on top of the rock, 350 m above sea level. Inside you can admire the impressive stalactite and stalagmite installations.
The next stop is the macaque compound, totally free on the street, you can walk with them and take photos.
Free time in “Casemates” old town for convenient shopping.