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Full Day Tour - Gibraltar

Full Day Tour - Gibraltar

 

Driving through the Spanish Andalucia region

Full Day Tour
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Guided tour of Gibraltar Roundtrip transport to and from central Algarve

Lunch and drinks Admission fees Rock of Gibraltar tour

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Discover the fascinating history of Gibraltar, a British settlement full of prehistoric findings, Ice Age caves and Muslim legacy. See the Great Siege Tunnels, experience the natural wonders of St Michael's Cave and visit the famous Barbary apes on this interactive tour.
After convenient hotel pick-up, drive through the scenic Spanish Andalusian Region, passing by the cotton fields and Route of the Bull. Once in Gibraltar, start your adventure by following your guide to explore the island from corner to corner. Get a feel for the tiny territory, which measures only 3 miles (4.8 km) in length.
Next, see the famous Barbary apes up close in their natural environment. Interact with, play with and study these creatures while admiring panoramic views of Morocco in the background. You learn about the history of this country as your guide talks about the Great Siege − an unsuccessful attempt by Spain and France to capture the country from the British during the American Revolutionary War.
You also hear about the present day and Gibraltar's complicated settlement history, shared by Morocco, Spain and Britain. Pause for lunch, followed by free time for shopping or exploring. You can even join a tour to the Rock of Gibraltar for an extra fee. Finish with a visit to the enchanting St Michael's Cave, located more than 980 feet (300 m) above sea level and filled with impressive stalagmites and stalactites.
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