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Our range of flagship products offer different tours to choose from depending on your needs, cost and time restraints. For all tours, the starting point is negotiable and once again depends on your needs. The most popular starting points are the Frontier, Airport, Coach Park and Cruise Liner Terminal.

Our tours normally include the Southern­most point of Gibraltar (Europa Point) where both continents and oceans meet at the famous Pillars of Hercules. Our next shop, St. Michael’s Cave, a spectacular natural cave 300m above sea­level and once the home of the Neanderthal man. Next are the famous Barbary Macaques at the Ape’s Den. Gibraltar is the only place in Europe where you can see monkeys roaming wild. Tours end once again at your chosen point although the most popular termination is the City Centre. Other possible sites we can include are the Second World War Tunnels and the Great Siege Tunnels.

The Southernmost tip of Gibraltar boasts views of Mount Sidi Musa in Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. At this point the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meets. The lighthouse is the only lighthouse outside of the United Kingdom which is governed by Trinity House.
A large Muslim Mosque is also located at Europa Point.
Once an old Jewish burial ground existed in the surrounding area now affords great views of the Straits of Gibraltar. Here you will be able to take pictures with a monument dedicated to the Pillars of Hercules.
St. Michael’s Cave is a beautiful, prehistoric cave formed over millions of years. The cave consists of a main cave called ‘Leonora’ and a lower cave simply called ‘Lower St. Michael’s’. The cave consists of a labyrinth of natural passageways and smaller caverns.

The cave has had many uses in the past. It is believed the cave was the home of the Neanderthal man and recently a cave painting found is indicative of primitive life. Today the cave is a natural theatre where shows are held occasionally.

The Top of the Rock affords spectacular and breathtaking views of the Bay of Gibraltar, the Mediterranean and the Isthmus.
Gibraltar is the only place in Europe where monkeys live in the wild. Native to Northern Morocco and Algeria, these macaques probably found their way to the Rock of Gibraltar on board merchant and pirate ships. There are approximately 250 monkeys in Gibraltar and they make up 6 distinct families or packs. Each pack is led by a dominant male (or Alpha male) who is responsible for the safety and wellbeing of that family.

There is an old British military saying that states that “as long as the monkeys stay in Gibraltar, it will remain British”.

After your tour we can drop you off at the heart of Gibraltar, our City Centre.
Here you can find an array of Shops, Restaurants and bars. A mixture of Cultures together in one same place.
During WWII (1940) Military Leaders together with Sir Winston Churchill came to believe that Gibraltar was proun to be attacked by enemy forces and hence needed to get ready for this.
A huge network of tunnels were excavated and “a city within a city” was built.
2005 saw the opening of these tunnels to the public. Whilst visiting you will be able to savour the atmosphere and feel a little of what must have been felt by the soldiers. A fascinating experience not to be missed.
The Great Siege Tunnels takes us back to the late 1700. In 1783

they were built by the forefathers of the Royal Engineers. They were built by hand using crowbar and pick in only one year. This tunnel was built to transfer a cannon to a ledge “The Notch” in order to destroy the Spanish fortifications as and when they were built. From this vantage point you will be able to see beautiful panoramic views.