Unmissable tourist sites
Gibraltar Travel guide
Gibraltar : Michelin's recommendations
Under British rule since the treaty of Utrecht in 1713, this territory of 30,000 inhabitants is 4.5km long, 1.4km at its widest point and 426m high. Of course, it is the rock itself which made Gibraltar famous – this extraordinary limestone peak towers above the sea and is visible from every corner of the bay. The nearer you get, the more you are struck by its size and beauty. Its upper part, a protected nature reserve, is one of the most attractive parts of Gibraltar.
1 Boyd Street GB - GBR GX111AA
The Alameda Botanical Gardens and Gibraltar’s cable car are both less than 100 metres from the Queen’s Hotel. Some rooms at the Queen's have a balcony which offers views across the Mediterranean Sea. Breakfast is served in the hotel's restaurant whi..
2 Governor's Parade GB - GBR G11 1A
In the heart of Gibraltar town, O'Callaghan Eliott Hotel has 2 restaurants and a fitness centre. The stylish hotel features a rooftop pool and terrace, offering views over the Gibraltar Strait. The bright and airy bedrooms have Wi-Fi access and air ..