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Gibraltar is situated at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula. It is recognized historically as the southernmost point of Europe. Gibraltar is well-known for its VAT-free shopping. With a wide variety of stores to choose from, visitors are spoilt with choices. Despite its small size, there's plenty to see and do; shopping, sunbathing, casino attractions, sea tours, and famous cable car. Food culture is extensive. A mixture of British, Spanish and international kitchens.

More About Gibraltar

Gibraltar’s location at the tip of Southern Spain, Gibraltar enjoys a warm, Mediterranean subtropical climate with long, hot summers and mild winters. Gibraltar experiences two prevailing winds – the Levante from North Africa brings hot, humid air and the Poniente blows in from the Atlantic west bringing colder air. The average high temperature in August is 25 celcius, falling to 14 celcius in January/February. Rainfall occurs mainly in the winter months. Summer season, late May to August is the best time to visit Gibraltar, based on the weather.  However, this period is known for the escalation of market prices, as well as the sudden rise of population density brought by tourists. Weather just before the high summer season and right after are popular time to visit Gibraltar also. Weather is still warm and acceptable, but fewer tourists. Also you will find lower hotel rates in spring and autumn.

Where to eat and drink in Gibraltar?

Just get into this map. Use this map as your navigator from your hotel to your favorite restaurant. But hey, remember that hotel personnel and local people knows the latest trends!

Flights to Gibraltar

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