Our Extended Tour of Gibraltar provides a superior route around the most interesting attractions Gibraltar has to offer.
It all starts with a drive over the runway, the only international airport in the world that offers such an experience. Snake your way along winding roads to end up at the imposing 100 ton gun, which once proudly guarded the Mediterranean at Napier of Magdala Battery. From here you will continue towards the southernmost point of the continent, Europa Point, with its lighthouse which guided lost sailors for so many years. You can be sure you will not get lost though, as you are transported next to the Pillars of Hercules. This is the start of the ascent to the Top of Rock, celebrating the historic significance the Greeks and Romans gave to the Rock of Gibraltar.
St Michael’s Cave is one of the Gibraltar attractions that has both a historic and natural significance, now a unique concert-hall created by dripping water over millennia.
Next is O’Hara’s Battery, where magnificent views of both the Mediterranean and Atlantic meet beneath another military relic. Down the hill and up again you get to the Upper Rock Ape’s Den where a group of friendly monkeys will greet you with open arms. Then finish the Extended Gibraltar Rock Tour at the Siege Tunnels built during the Great Siege and Moorish Castle, an amazing fortress dating back to the eighth century.
Are you coming in a cruise and want to save money on your Gibraltar tour?
Sharing is caring, as they say. It is true for Gibraltar semi-private tours too. Assemble eight passengers and you will be able to reduce the cost by up to a third of the original price of our Gibraltar rock tours.
To benefit from these savings, register on the Cruise Critic website and once you are signed in, look at the Roll Call page. Here you can coordinate with other passengers to go on tours together, making it a lot cheaper for all of you. Check it out now: www.cruisecritic.com