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A British enclave under the Spanish Sun

This town and its waters are still disputed between the Spanish and the British regimes until today although the Brits claim it as British Overseas Territory. When approaching the Straight of Gibraltar, one can notice a huge mineral that sticks out like a sore thumb along the coastline. This spectacular formation, otherwise referred to as ‘The Rock’, has become the symbol of Gibraltar from historic times until present day. The fun thing to do to enjoy 360° panoramic views is to drive up to the top of the Rock or to trek the cliffs for the more adventurous types. Do not be alarmed if monkeys suddenly surround you or if one cheekily jumps on your car, as these mysterious inhabitants of the rock are simply part of the furniture. To get a real feel of the place, one can acquire a complete pass that covers a trip via cable car, visits to St. Michael’s Cave, the war tunnels and the Moorish Castle. You can enjoy excellent views of Africa from the peaks, weather permitting of course. At the bay area it is possible to go Dolphin Spotting during a Wild Dolphin Safari. The mammals will swim gracefully around the boat and will even display natural acrobatics. To finish off, you can go Duty Free Shopping, which can always come handy while on holiday!