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Engineer Guest House
11 Jun 2021 - 13 Jun 2021
Free WiFi
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
From £210
Bristol Hotel
11 Jun 2021 - 13 Jun 2021
Free WiFi
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
From £218
Westone Luxury Self Catered Apartments
11 Jun 2021 - 13 Jun 2021
Free WiFi
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
From £249
Gibraltar City Centre
11 Jun 2021 - 13 Jun 2021
Free WiFi
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
From £263
The Caleta Hotel Health, Beauty & Conference Centre
11 Jun 2021 - 13 Jun 2021
Free WiFi
TripAdvisor rating 4.0
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
From £265
Luxe Holiday Rentals
11 Jun 2021 - 13 Jun 2021
Free WiFi
FLIGHT + HOTEL per person
From £285
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Flight and hotel in Gibraltar

Presentation of Gibraltar

Whether you are booking a flight from London to Gibraltar or a flight from Manchester to Gibraltar, there is little doubt that you have chosen a superb holiday destination. There is nowhere else on the planet quite like 'the Rock', as it is known locally. Any holiday in Gibraltar is spent in one of the few remaining British Overseas Territories. In fact, the peninsula has been in British hands since 1704 when it was first captured during the Spanish War of Succession. Located at the southern tip of Spain, Gibraltar is close to North Africa and because it also stands at the gateway to the Mediterranean Sea, it has been of vital strategic importance ever since. Book one of our holiday packages to Gibraltar and enjoy this fascinating territory which is full of history, not to mention sunshine!

Things to know before visiting Gibraltar

Once you have booked your flight and hotel to Gibraltar, you will want to know a bit about the location. It is important to note that English is widely spoken on the peninsula because it is an official language although many locals also speak other languages, as well. The Gibraltar pound is the currency and Bank of England coinage is also in use, although it has a different design from the rest of the UK. Euros are also widely used and you may need some if you head into Spain. The road into Spain is closed when a flight to Gibraltar is about to come in because the runway traverses it. Compare holidays to Gibraltar right now and choose yours.

What is the weather in Gibraltar?

Unsurprisingly given its location, Gibraltar is officially designated with a Mediterranean climate. Any holiday in Gibraltar booked in the summer will see plenty of sunshine and heat. July sees the lowest amount of rain in an average year and August is the hottest month. Even in winter, the peninsula is bathed in plenty of sunshine. For example, if you book one of our all-inclusive holiday packages to Gibraltar in January, then you can still expect an average of 147 sunshine hours in that month. Remember to pack your sunscreen and sunglasses once you have found the perfect package for your next getaway in the sun.

Things to do in Gibraltar

No package holiday in Gibraltar would be complete without a trip up to the top of the famous rock. From here, you can see for miles into Spain, to the north, and across the Straits of Gibraltar to Africa, to the south. A trip on the cable car is advisable if it is a hot day. Barbary apes are in abundance towards the top, but the creatures for which the peninsula are best known are, in fact, macaques. St. Michael's Cave is worth looking into. This limestone cave is not difficult to enter and it is set up with a superb light show. Head to Eastern Beach if you want to relax by the sea in a resort-like environment. For something a little more refined, a stroll around the botanical gardens is in order. Browse the flight and hotel deals to Gibraltar now and start planning your holiday.

Places to visit near Gibraltar

Some delightful places to enjoy whilst on holiday in Gibraltar include:

  • Algacerias, the closest city to Gibraltar once you have left it. The seaport is full of bustle and there is a very entertaining water park which is a great place to head to if you have kids.
  • Morocco, a reasonably short ferry ride from the port of Gibraltar. You will need your passport on you to enter the country, but it makes for a fascinating place to travel even if it is just for a day trip.
  • Marbella, an ever-popular resort to the north-east of Gibraltar. It takes just over an hour to travel to Marbella by car, a gem of a city on Spain's Costa Del Sol, so why not enjoy its famous Golden Mile?

Find out more about these destinations once you have booked one of our low-cost holidays to Gibraltar!

What to eat in Gibraltar?

Plenty of dishes served on holiday in Gibraltar will be familiar to British palates, such as fish and chips and curry. Nevertheless, Gibraltarian cuisine also blends lots of Maltese and Spanish influences. Visitors will often note plenty of Italian food being served on the peninsula, too. Spinach tortilla is popular locally as is a dish called rolitos. The latter is sliced beef served in breadcrumbs with bacon and eggs. Try fideos al horno, too, which combines eggs, tomatoes and macaroni. Search for the many discount holidays to Gibraltar on offer right now.

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