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Gibraltar military fortifications and gun batteries are presented in great detail on the website, this also includes a major section on Operation Tracer - Stay Behind Cave - which is one of Gibraltar's most enigmatic World War Two stories.
The Discover Gibraltar website provides a comprehensive overview of Gibraltar including Gibraltar's history, heritage and tourist attractions. Gibraltar's geography, geology and wildlife are also discussed. Visit Gibraltar and experience the tourist attractions and activities around the Rock of Gibraltar. The Rock of Gibraltar map provides good information about tours such as Tunnels, Fortifications, Rock Apes and Dolphins.
Gibraltar sightseeing maps and tours are discussed including apes, dolphins, tunnels, guns and fortifications. Visit Gibraltar information, images and tours are discussed in great detail including over 1000 photographs, maps and diagrams of tourist attractions including apes, dolphins, tunnels, guns and military fortifications.
Discover Gib is a local short version of the website name.
Many people spell Gibraltar with an ER as in Gibralter. This is incorrect.
discovergibraltar.com is the biggest Gibraltar website with more than 400 pages covering history, heritage and attractions. There are over 1000 photographs, panoramas, maps and diagrams. The Rock of Gibraltar map and Gibraltar tours such as Tunnels, Fortifications, Rock Apes and Dolphins are described. Gibraltar diving activities are extensive with some of the best wreck and reef diving in the region as well as courses for beginners.
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Gibraltar dominates the entrance to the Mediterranean between the southern tip of Spain and the continent of Africa. Both famous and enigmatic, Gibraltar contains some of the most extensive military fortifications in Europe, spanning over 1200 years of Moorish, Spanish and British history. Visitors to Gibraltar can enjoy some of the finest caves in Europe as well as the famous semi-wild Gibraltar apes. Many more features of Gibraltar make it unique historically and geographically, please enjoy the wealth of information on this Gibraltar website.
The Official Government of Gibraltar London Office website, the Government of Gibraltar Tourist Board website, the gibraltar.gi website and the gibnet.com website may provide further Gibraltar Information & Images. Gibraltar hotels are busy with tourists all year round, Gibraltar accommodation is mainly in or close to the town area, this includes The Rock Hotel (known as the Gibraltar hotel), The Caleta Hotel, (formally known as the Caleta Palace Hotel), The O'Callaghan Elliot Hotel (Gibraltar Elliot Hotel), Gibraltar Queens Hotel and Gibraltar Bristol Hotel.
The history of Gibraltar is described in the Gibraltar history section. Other sections deal with the geography of the Gibraltar Rock or Rock of Gibraltar as it is more commonly known. The Gibraltar Map page provides the main entry into the the website content.
Sightseeing in Gibraltar is easy with the Rock Tours, there are several ways to see Gibraltar and all are close to Gibraltar accommodation such as hotels and hostels. The Gibraltar Tourist Board has information centres where the Gibraltar News, photographs and images of Gibraltar can be found as well as Gibraltar maps.
The Strait of Gibraltar or Straits of Gibraltar are clearly seen during the approach of every flight to Gibraltar especially if the Gibraltar weather is good. It was here that proposals were made for the building of the Gibraltar bridge. The number of people arriving at the Gibraltar airport for a Gibraltar holiday is many thousands, many have had Gibraltar holidays before. Car hire in Gibraltar is available with several companies, there are many cheap flights to Gibraltar, with British Airways and Monarch Airlines being the main carriers.
The Gibraltar flag flies over the Gibraltar Bank whose emblem is the Strait of Gibraltar Map, along with Lloyds offshore and HSBC offshore there are many banks providing offshore accounts in Gibraltar. Most tourists in Gibraltar will not be aware of the activities of the Gibraltar Finance Centre which is actually the Gibraltar DTTI, Department of Trade, Transport and Industry.