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Gibraltar Full Day from Seville

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Have a day in Gibraltar and know the essence of this British colony. Look at Africa from the farthest tip of Europe

Highlights

  • The Europa Point is the furthest tip of Europe. On a good day, the visitors have the chance to look at Africa’s coast.
  • The Saint Michael’s Caves is a fascinating phenomenon where to admire stalagmites. One of its wonders is the Cathedral Cave where mineral formations look like Cathedral’s organ tubes.
  • Main Street is the most known street of Gibraltar and the economy’s heart of this British colony. At day, the boutiques are the locals and visitors attraction while at night people look for pubs and leisure venues.

Included

  • Air conditioned round trip transport by minibus.
  • Tickets (Europe Ends & Saint Michael’s cave).
  • Official guide in Spanish, English, French.

Excluded

  • Other services not specified.

Please Note

  • This tour is multilingual and could be operated in different languages at the same time.

Restrictions

  • At least 2 people are required for this activity to take place.

Essential Information

  • This tour starts at Hotel Becquer at Reyes Católicos Street, nº 4 and ends at Seville city center.
  • Print your voucher and give it to your guide when staring the tour.
  • Please be at the meeting point 15 minutes before the tour begins.
  • Julià Travel Gray Line Spain contact: 0034 91 559 9605 / incoming@julia.net
  • Cancellation policy: A 50% cancellation penalty applies if canceled 48 hrs or less prior to travel date. 100% if canceled within 24 hours prior to travel date or No-show

The first stop will be at the southernmost point of the so-called “Europe end” city, where you could admire the lighthouse coloured with English Trinity house colours, placed at 49 metres above the sea level.

After a short sightseeing around the “Europe end” city, we will go back to our bus in which we will continue our visit to our next stop, Saint Michael’s cave.

After visiting Saint Michael’s cave, we will continue our journey to our next stop, the enclosure of the famous local monkeys, the Barbary macaques. You will have the chance to walk aside to these monkeys, as they are totally free to go around the rock.

Our next stop would be the historic district “Casemates”, where the visit would end.

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