Experience our world class Gibraltar tours
Standing at the Southernmost tip of Europe, the Rock of Gibraltar towers at the entrance of the Mediterranean.
An important geographical point for migrating birds and marine wildlife, this majestic limestone rock hides a network of historic tunnels and caves within. From watching the sun rise on a paddle board off Sandy Bay to going on a sunset hike up the Mediterranean steps, Gibraltar delivers breath-taking views and a once in a lifetime experience.
Get to experience the sun rise from a paddle board off one of Gibraltar’s most iconic beaches, Sandy Bay.
This is a fantastic family activity with paddle board In2Adventures is a recognised British Stand Up Paddle boarding Association School with fully trained instructors and high-quality equipment.
E-Bike Tour around the Rock
2.15 hrs | Daily
Discover Gibraltar in a brand new and eco-friendly way - by eBike! Explore the historical defences on the west coast of Gibraltar to the most southerly tip, Europa Point, and return to the ancient city via the eastern coast road absorbing the Rock’s Mediterranean views and sandy coves.
The tour is suitable for everyone of minimal ﬁtness who is over 155 cm, over 12 years old and conﬁdent riding a bicycle on roads with other road users
Rock Escape Room – Neanderthal Game
1.5 hrs | Mon-Sat
Escape rooms are fun and entertaining live games where you and your team will be locked in a room for 1 hour and need to solve all challenges and puzzles to escape. Each game has a different theme and style of gameplay.
The Neanderthal game has a varied mix of challenges and numerous parts which require at least 2 people to solve the stage, suitable for smaller or larger groups and all ages.
3 hrs | Daily
Hike up the Mediterranean Steps (426m above sea level) and take in the panoramic view from the top of three countries and two continents.
Mediterranean Steps is a steep, at times arduous, walk and is not for people without a head for heights. Early mornings are usually preferable, but during the summer months a late afternoon walk will provide the visitor with plenty of much-needed shade.