Gibraltar

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  • 1. Cable Car

    Cave

    You can reach St. Michael's Cave—or ride all the way to the top of Gibraltar—on a cable car. The car doesn't go high off the ground, but the...Read More

  • 2. Apes' Den

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    The famous Barbary Apes are a breed of cinnamon-color, tailless monkeys (not apes, despite their name) native to Morocco's Atlas Mountains....Read More

  • 3. Casemates Square

    Neighborhood/Street

    Gibraltar's social hub is on this pedestrian-only square in the northern part of town, where there are plenty of places to sit with a drink...Read More

  • 4. Catalan Bay

    Town/Village

    This fishing village founded by Genoese settlers is now a resort on the eastern shores. The massive water catchments once supplied the colony...Read More

  • 5. Europa Point

    Viewpoint

    From here, take a look across the straits to Morocco, 23 km (14 miles) away. You're now standing on one of the two ancient Pillars of Hercules...Read More

  • 6. Gibraltar Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    Often overlooked by visitors heading to the Upper Rock Reserve, this museum houses a beautiful 14th-century Moorish bathhouse and an 1865 model...Read More

  • 7. Gibraltar town

    Town/Village

    The dignified Regency architecture of Great Britain blends well with the shutters, balconies, and patios of southern Spain in colorful, congested...Read More

  • 8. Great Siege Tunnels

    Historic District/Site

    These tunnels, formerly known as the Upper Galleries, were carved out during the Great Siege of 1779–82 at the northern end of Old Queen's Road...Read More

  • 9. Moorish Castle

    Castle/Palace

    The castle was built by the descendants of the Moorish general Tariq ibn Ziyad (670–720), who conquered the Rock in 711. The present Tower of...Read More

  • 10. Nefusot Yehuda Synagogue

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    One of the oldest remaining synagogues on the Iberian Peninsula, Nefusot Yehuda dates back to 1798. Guided tours, which include a short history...Read More

  • 11. Rosia Bay

    Viewpoint

    There are fine views to be had if you drive up above Rosia Bay. The bay was where Nelson's flagship, HMS Victory, was towed after the Battle...Read More

  • 12. Shrine of Our Lady of Europe

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    To the north of the lighthouse, along the Rock's southern tip, stands this shrine, on the site of a mosque. The small Catholic chapel, venerated...Read More

  • 13. St. Michael's Cave

    Cave

    This is the largest of Gibraltar's 150 caves; a visit here is part of the tour of the Upper Rock Nature Preserve. This series of underground...Read More

  • 14. Upper Rock Nature Preserve

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    The preserve, accessible from Jews' Gate, includes St. Michael's Cave, the Apes' Den, the Great Siege Tunnels, the Moorish Castle, and the Military...Read More

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