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Overview Of The Port Of Gibraltar

About Gibraltar
Gibraltar is located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula and shares a northern border with Spain. It is just under 4 square miles in size.

The Rock of Gibraltar stands 1,400ft high and both Spain in Europe and Morocco in Africa can be seen from the top. The cable car journey takes 8 minutes from Main Street. At the top, there is a restaurant, pub and shop. The famous Barbary apes can be visited at The Ape's Den, located partway up the Rock.

Other attractions include the Upper and Lower St Michael's Caves (the latter not being for the faint hearted!), dolphin watching and diving.

Gibraltar is tax free and offers an abundance of shopping opportunities including many British stores such as Marks and Spencers. Popular souvenirs include stuffed monkeys and Gibraltar Crystal which is entirely handmade and produced locally.

Many of the popular lunch spots serve typical British style food but local dishes such as Calentita and Panissa (similiar to Falafels) and Spanish tapas are available in bars and pubs along the marina and seafront.
Cruise Terminal
Both sides of the Cruise Terminal in Gibraltar are used for cruise ships, facilities include a bar and cafe, telephones, arts and crafts shops and a Tourist Information office. The Terminal is located about a mile away from the centre of town, and is a fairly easy stroll. However, the Port does operate shuttles for a charge.

Taxis are readily available in town but these can be fairly pricey for such short distances.

Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Gibraltar

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