Gibraltar Rock Tour

Gibraltar's long history has carved out a hidden side, shaped by monumental battles of The Rock's past

Highlights

  • Visit Europa Point, the gateway between the Atlantic and Mediterranean sea
  • Visit the Great Siege Tunnels for a fascinating journey back in time
  • Walk through St Michael’s Cave, an impressive natural underworld
  • Visit the Top of The Rock Nature Reserve and meet the Barbary Apes, Gibraltar’s most famous residents

ALL TOURS ARE AVAILABLE AS PRIVATE TOURS FOR YOU OR YOUR FAMILY/GROUP/PARTY

Trip Profile

Duration:
1/2 Day
Best Time To Visit:
Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sept
Tour Dates/Days:
Flexible
Group Size:
Min: 2
Max: 20
Grade:
Moderate
The view from Gibraltar Rock

Tour Summary

TOMA & COE will take you literally inside the Rock, as we unlock the secrets that have made Gibraltar what it is today: an historic community that is as prosperous as it is defiant.

This is a half-day tour – you can choose either a morning or an afternoon departure.

You will need your passport, as there is a border between Spain and Gibraltar.

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Itinerary

  • Explore Europa Point, the point connecting the Atlantic and Mediterranean
  • We take you on a riveting journey through history at the Great Siege Tunnels
  • Stroll through the awe-inspiring natural wonder of St Michael’s Cave
  • Discover the Barbary Apes, Gibraltar’s iconic inhabitants, at the Top of The Rock Nature Reserve

Arrival:

Your personal Toma & Coe driver will collect you from a pre-arranged meeting point, and take you in comfort to Gibraltar.

If you are already in Gibraltar, our guide will meet you there.

Departure:

Your driver will return you to the designated drop-off point.

Prices

Please enquire for prices

As TOMA & COE is a bespoke travel agency working with private clients and small groups, prices may vary slightly according to the time of year.

Costs are based on double occupancy/a minimum of two guests

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Gibraltar Spanish or British?
Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory.

Are the Barbary apes dangerous?
The apes are wild animals and should be treated as such. There are rules around what you should and shouldn’t do near them, follow those and you will be safe.

What currency can I use in Gibraltar?
The official currency is the Gibraltar pound, and like the Scottish pound it is linked to pound sterling, which is accepted everywhere. A few places will accept euros. Payment by debit or credit card is easier.

Is shopping in Gibraltar cheap?
Prices are closer to British than Spanish prices for many things. However, as there is no VAT, some things are cheaper in Gibraltar.

Who built the Siege Tunnels on Gibraltar?
The British dug the Siege Tunnels, or Upper Galleries, during the Great Siege of Gibraltar in the late 18th century.

Reviews

★★★★★

Our trip to Gibraltar with TOMA & COE: We learned about the areas history as well as it’s current growth even as we enjoyed amazing views, climbed through the “The Rock’s” caves and tunnels and witnessed a crafty Barbary Ape as she broke into our car and stole a pack of gum!

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