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Gibraltar Sightseeing Day Trip from Malaga

  • Experience the highlights of Gibraltar in a day from Malaga
  • Explore the British territory in comfort, with a guide and no travel hassles
  • Visit St. Michael’s Cave, see the Rock’s Barbary macaques, and more
Gibraltar Sightseeing Day Trip from Malaga
From US$ 61.70
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Gibraltar Sightseeing Day Trip from Malaga on a multilingual tour, English guide preferred
US$ 61.70
Spanish Guide preferred
Gibraltar Sightseeing Day Trip from Malaga on a multilingual tour, Spanish guide preferred
US$ 61.70
French Guide preferred
Gibraltar Sightseeing Day Trip from Malaga on a multilingual tour, French guide preferred
US$ 61.70
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Getting to and exploring Gibraltar from Malaga can be awkward: with buses, maps, timetables, and more to negotiate. This full-day tour eliminates the hassles with one smooth trip that lets you concentrate on and also learn about the sights from a guide. Travel by comfortable coach, enjoy a panoramic tour, meet the Rock’s Barbary macaques, visit St. Michael’s Cave, and enjoy free time to stroll, shop, and eat (own expense).
What to Expect
Depart central Malaga by climate-controlled coach destined for Gibraltar, the British territory that sits on a peninsula in the Mediterranean Sea.

After the journey, arrive and set off on a panoramic tour of Gibraltar’s highlights. See the port and walled inner city, and visit St. Michael’s Cave, a series of natural grottos in the cliffs filled with stalactites and stalagmites.

Then, drive up Gibraltar’s towering limestone ridge, known as the Rock, as you hear its legends and history. Admire the bird’s-eye views from here across the Strait of Gibraltar, and meet the Rock’s famous Barbary macaques.

Afterward, enjoy free time to stroll and shop in Gibraltar Old Town. See the British-style buildings; snap up Gibraltar glass, crafts, and duty-free bargains; and have a traditional British lunch (own expense) at a pub or café.

Your tour then concludes with a drop-off at the original Malaga departure point.
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1 - 5 of 24 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
Just don't. You're better off arranging your own transportation.

Picking up other people took forever. Dropping them off took forever. FOR-E-VER. The bus was LATE almost half an hour to begin with. Then you're on the bus for hours because of all of that above. They drop you off at the bus station at...More

2  Thank Kirruu B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Nice tour

I took this tour and even though the weather was not the best it was great driving the coastline. The pick up at Malaga is early in the morning at 7A and they drive to pick up many passengers along the way. You reach Gibraltar...More

2  Thank Wander_Lust1969
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Good day out

We booked this tour with an agent in torremolinos. Don't use your hotels or tour operators as they charge €10 extra. There are only certain points in torremolinos that they pick up from. Luckily ours was outside our hotel (melia costa del sol). It was...More

3  Thank Stephen M
Reviewed 15 July 2018
A great day out.

We were picked up by a nice air conditioned coach from just outside our hotel and had a rather nice scenic journey to the border of Spain and Gibraltar where we disembarked, went through the check points and then on to mini buses on a...More

4  Thank Maximus42
Reviewed 3 July 2018
a must see visit whilst in Spain

This is the second time I have visited Gibraltar, it has grown, it now has reclaimed land from the sea and is now a more built up area, it is very unique in the fact the locals speak Spanish and English in the same sentence...More

1  Thank Cheryll M
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26 July 2018|
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Response from mike c | Reviewed this property |
About three hours if the trip calls at lots of hotels to pick up travellers, and the same back.
18 June 2018|
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Response from Cheryll M | Reviewed this property |
Hello most operators group English speakers together or have a guide who speaks different languages
Indrajit S
14 April 2018|
Response from mike c | Reviewed this property |
This is a specialised area and I do not have a ready answer. However there were two Russian nationals on our trip and they were taken off the bus at the entry to Gibralter so that their passports could be examined. They were... More