Gibraltar Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Gibraltar - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Apes' Den

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

The famous Barbary Apes are a breed of cinnamon-color, tailless monkeys (not apes, despite their name) native to Morocco's Atlas Mountains.

Cable Car

  • Cave

You can reach St. Michael's Cave—or ride all the way to the top of Gibraltar—on a cable car. The car doesn't go high off the ground,...

Casemates Square

  • Neighborhood/Street

Gibraltar's social hub is on this pedestrian-only square in the northern part of town, where there are plenty of places to sit with a...

Catalan Bay

  • Town/Village

This fishing village founded by Genoese settlers is now a resort on the eastern shores. The massive water catchments once supplied the...

Europa Point

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

From here, take a look across the straits to Morocco, 23 km (14 miles) away. You're now standing on one of the two ancient Pillars of...

Gibraltar Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Often overlooked by visitors heading to the Upper Rock Reserve, this museum houses a beautiful 14th-century Moorish bathhouse and an...

Gibraltar town

  • Town/Village

The dignified Regency architecture of Great Britain blends well with the shutters, balconies, and patios of southern Spain in colorful,...

Great Siege Tunnels

  • Historic District/Site

These tunnels, formerly known as the Upper Galleries, were carved out during the Great Siege of 1779–82 at the northern end of Old...

Moorish Castle

  • Castle/Palace/Chateau

The castle was built by the descendants of the Moorish general Tariq ibn Ziyad (670–720), who conquered the Rock in 711. The present...

Nefusot Yehuda Synagogue

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

One of the oldest remaining synagogues on the Iberian Peninsula, Nefusot Yehuda dates back to 1798. Guided tours, which include a short...

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