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Hotels in Gibraltar

Hotels in Gibraltar

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The most commonly spoken languages are English and Spanish.

Fun Facts

Gibraltar's Barbary Macaques are the only wild monkeys in Europe.

Local Time

1 hour ahead of UK Time

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As in southern Spain, the climate in Gibraltar is warm all year round, with mild winters and hot summers. Rainfall is at its lowest in the summer months, with temperatures between 25 and 30°C, falling to around 15°C during winter.
While Gibraltar is a small-enough island that you’ll never be too far from the sea, hotels in the Reclamation Areas are next to the harbour and the Port of Gibraltar. From here you can embark on kayaking or snorkelling tours in the Strait of Gibraltar or visit Ocean Village where you can find the area’s nightlife, exclusive yachts and waterfront restaurants.Hotels in the East Side are well placed for the Rock of Gibraltar. This huge limestone rock is populated by about 300 Barbary macaques, and there’s around 55km of winding tunnels burrowed deep into the rock. In the East Side you’ll be able to reach the Top of the Rock by cable car – head to the Top Station to travel up 412 metres in six minutes.For families with children, hotels in the North District of Gibraltar are an excellent base for exploring its fascinating historical sites. The City Under Siege Exhibition chronicles Gibraltan life during the Great Siege of 1779–1783. Five minutes’ walk away, the Military Heritage Centre houses weapons and military artefacts dating back to the 18th century. You can also tour the different batteries dotted around, including Princess Anne’s Battery, Forbes’ Batteries and Farringdon’s Battery.Take a couples’ trip to Gibraltar and book a hotel in the Town Area. You’ll be near St Michael’s Cave, a host of limestone chambers and passageways so deep they were once believed to be bottomless. Rosia Bay is a 10-minute walk from St Michael’s Cave. Gibraltar’s only natural harbour, it’s a great place for some alone time watching the waves gently lap the shore.

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