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Gibraltar: Dolphin Watching Tour

1. Gibraltar: Dolphin Watching Tour

Naturally playful and inquisitive, dolphins are some of the most delightful creatures in the world, and nothing quite compares to seeing them in the wild. Gibraltar is home to no fewer than 3 species of dolphin. They come to feed off the abundant supply of sardines, mackerel and flying fish that swim in the waters of Gibraltar’s bay. On this excursion you will be in an uncrowded and friendly environment, on board the catamaran “Dolphin Adventurer.” You will get live commentary and the service of expert guides who will explain everything that you see. Each tour takes in breathtaking views of both the African and European coastline, as well as the legendary Pillars of Hercules. But it is the dolphins that are the main event and they are sighted on 99 per cent of the tours. Often you will witness pods of between 40 and 500 dolphins. Watch common, striped and bottlenose dolphins swim to the boat and play. They sometimes put on a spectacular display of leaps and splashes right at your feet. It truly is a magical experience. Tours depart four times each afternoon from Marina Bay, where you can relax and soak up the Mediterranean atmosphere both before and after your trip.

From Seville: Day Trip to Gibraltar

2. From Seville: Day Trip to Gibraltar

Embark on an unforgettable journey that combines history and multiculturalism with duty-free shopping, impressive caves, and the famous monkeys of Gibraltar. Depart Seville and journey to the frontier to cross the border of the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar and visit Punta de Europa, mainland Europe's southernmost spot. Look across the Strait of Gibraltar to where the vast continent of Africa begins. Take some souvenir photos of the coastlines of Spain and Morocco from the top of the Rock of Gibraltar. Then, visit the amazing limestone caves of San Miguel and admire the numerous stalactite and stalagmite formations. Next, meet the Barbary monkeys of Gibraltar, a unique breed from Europe that, according to legend, are a sign the British will not leave as long as the monkeys are still there. Enjoy some free time for lunch and do some duty-free shopping on Main Street, known worldwide for its low-priced jewelry, watches, electronic items, spirits, cosmetics, and perfumes. There are also plenty of bars and cafés, offering a wide selection of delicious options for visitors.

Gibraltar: Guided Tour by Bus Including Tickets

3. Gibraltar: Guided Tour by Bus Including Tickets

Explore the city center by minivan and the Rock of Gibraltar Nature Reserve to see sights like the Europa Point lighthouse, St Michael's Cave, and the only wild monkey population on the European continent. Meet your guide and make your way thorugh the city center by minivan, including the big canyon and the synagogue. Stop at the Europa Point lighthouse to take in fantastic views of Africa, Spain, the Mediterranean sea, and the Atlantic Ocean. Continue by travelling towards the Rock of Gibraltar Nature Reserve. Here you will St Michael's Cave, a natural grotto in the heart of Natural Park. Inside the cave, discover all its geological formations, such as impressive stalactites and stalagmites. Discover the famous inhabitants of Gibraltar, the cheeky monkeys. After taking some fun pictures of these primates, head to the city center to take a leisurely stroll along famous Main Street which is full of shops and curious buildings.

From Seville: Private Tour of Gibraltar

4. From Seville: Private Tour of Gibraltar

Travel to the famed Rock of Gibraltar from Seville with this full-day private tour. Visit the Great Siege Tunnels, one of pillars of Hercules, St. Michael's caves, and monkeys at the Ape's den. Be picked up by your professional driver in Seville, and sit back and relax on your private drive to Gibraltar. Take in views of the local airport at the Great Siege Tunnels. Admire the coast of North Africa from one of pillars of Hercules. Head to St. Michael's caves, where Neanderthals were discovered. Go to a Hercules gate and hang out with the monkeys at the Ape's den. Find out more about Gibraltar's strategic importance and colonial history from your informative guide. Spend some free time doing some duty free shopping, finding a great place to get lunch, or to stopping in at a typical British pub.

From Cadiz: Gibraltar Private Full-Day Trip

5. From Cadiz: Gibraltar Private Full-Day Trip

Embark on a trip to discover Gibraltar through the eyes of a knowledgeable guide. From the top of the iconic Rock of Gibraltar to series of tunnels and caves, see it all on this full-day excursion. Head out of Cadiz in the comfort of a private van and make your way to Gibraltar. Gibraltar has been a British colony since 1703 and is now one of the last bastions of the British Empire. With a local Gibraltar guide, visit the Great Siege Tunnels. This series of tunnels is located inside the northern end of the Rock of Gibraltar, and were dug out by the British in the 18th century.  See North Africa from the top of Gibraltar Rock, considered one of the Pillars of Hercules. Stop to snap some incredible pictures. Then, visit St. Michael's Cave, the Moorish Castle, and Apes Den. At the end of the tour, enjoy some free time to discover the city and its shops.

City Walking Tour Through Gibraltar

6. City Walking Tour Through Gibraltar

Meander through the old streets of Gibraltar accompanied by your knowledgeable tour guide, who will teach you about the historic and interesting sites in and around Main Street. This informative, interesting tour of the city center gives you the opportunity to wander the streets at your own pace. Travel back through time to learn of Gibraltar and its diverse history during the Moorish, Spanish, and British periods. Stop off at Casemates Main Square and relive the history at Bomb House Lane. Mix with a diverse variety of cultures in Irish Town and witness the remarkable sights at the Old Police Station. Hear of the development of its people and culture, as your licensed tour guide explains how the city and community evolved to become present day. This popular tour will leave you with long lasting memories of Gibraltar, its people and places.

From Gibraltar & Costa del Sol: Malaga Christmas Lights Tour

7. From Gibraltar & Costa del Sol: Malaga Christmas Lights Tour

Get into the festive spirit on a day trip to the Malaga Christmas lights from Gibraltar and the Costa del Sol. See the nativity scene at Malaga Cathedral, admire the lights in Calle Larios, and witness the Picasso sculpture in Plaza de la Merced. After getting picked up from your convenient meeting point on the Costa del Sol or Gibraltar coast, hop on the bus and take in views of the coast until you reach Malaga. Upon arrival in the city, you will have up to five hours of free time to experience the festivities at your own pace. You could go to the markets in Malaga Park, see the Alcazaba lit up by Christmas lights, or admire the Picasso sculpture in Plaza de la Merced. Next, head to Malaga Cathedral to see the traditional nativity scene. Time your visit to coincide with the Nativity illuminations that are projected onto the walls of the cathedral at 7:00 PM, 8:30 PM, and 10:30 PM. Afterward, head to the city's narrowest street to sample turrones before making your way to the main event, the Christmas lights on Calle Larios. Watch the famous light show held on the street every year. This year, it will take place at 7:00 PM, 8:30 PM, and 10:00 PM. At the end of Calle Larios, see the Christmas tree located in the middle of Plaza de la Marina with the lights of Pier 1 and the Farola in the background, where on some special days in December you can see a drone show at 8:00 PM. After a festive evening in the heart of Malaga, meet your tour leader back at the meeting point and head back to your meeting point location on the Costa del Sol.

Costa de la Luz: Gibraltar Day Trip & Dolphin Watching Tour

8. Costa de la Luz: Gibraltar Day Trip & Dolphin Watching Tour

See Gibraltar’s major landmarks on a guided day trip from Costa de la Luz. Enjoy a bus ride along with live commentary on board. Explore Gibraltar at your own pace (unguided). Take a catamarn to see up to 3 different dolphin species while admiring views of The Rock of Gibraltar, Spain, and North Africa. Start the trip from your chosen meeting point. Hop on a bus and enjoy the journey along the Costa de la Luz and the Bay of Algeciras. Learn about the history of the British colony from your guide. Once at La Linea, cross the border to get to Gibraltar. Hop off the bus and time at leisure (unguided) to stroll around at Casemates Square in the city center or the Alameda Botanic Gardens , the Ocean Village or go to Main Street to indulge in some duty-free shopping. This tour is about Dolphins so the sail usually starts at 12:30, but our bus guide will inform your with more details on the day of the tour. On this excursion you will be in an uncrowded and friendly environment, on board the catamaran “Dolphin Adventurer.” You will get live commentary and the service of expert guides who will explain everything that you see. Learn about the characteristics of the marine animals that you encounter, the particularities of the Strait, and why the area has been declared a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve from your onboard guide. After the boat sail, get still some free time to continue exploring Gibraltar. Get tips from our bus guide on where to grab a bite, and try the typical fish and chips. Then, come back to meet your tour guide at the agreed-upon time adn place for the return journey.

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What people are saying about Gibraltar

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 66 reviews

A well organised day, with plenty going on. Caves were spectacular. View point from the rock was amazing. Seeing the monkeys was the lowlight because we got 10 minutes were with them. The general guided information was very informative. The main guide was very passionate and formative, but did NOT STOP talking. Coach was comfy, but driver was veering all over the road. You are very rushed, so I don't recommend the day-trip. Generally, the trip was misleading, because you go to see the MONKEY'S!

The coach ride was comfortable and the guide was knowledgeable. Got to see Africa in the distance as well as the main sites of Gibralter (the Rock, cave, and the playful monkeys). Overall, it was worth the time and cost.

We enjoyed our tour to Gibraltar very much. José our guide and Lola the driver were very good and pleasant. The bus was very comfortable.

Great one day trip. The guide, Petra, was very good and fun. Overall worth it.

It was very exciting. Worth to visiting. I recommend the tour