Book your taxi or minibus transfer from Malaga Airport to Gibraltar. A smartly dressed driver will meet you inside the arrivals hall at Malaga Airport holding a clearly visible sign with your name printed on. You will be transported straight to Gibraltar Border in a new model, luxury vehicle. You do not need to pay anything now, just pay the fare price to your driver on arrival. You will find the cost of a taxi or minibus to Gibraltar with us is less than queuing up for a taxi at Malaga Airport without pre-booking.
Gibraltar - situated 30 km east of the southernmost tip of Tarifa, Europe - is a self-governing British territory and is an amazing place offering something for everyone. The natural beauty, wild life, tunnels, caves, outstanding restaurants, and its historical landmarks make Gibraltar a great place to visit during weekends.
Gibraltar is not as big as you might have imagined. The land is only 6.8 km2 wide. Although the city has just a handful of hotels, nonetheless, each are quite original and offer decent services too. Despite the fact that Gibraltar is home to only 30,000 people, the British territory recorded a whopping 12 million visits in 2011, making it one of the highest tourist-to-resident ratios in the world. The natives, Gibraltarians, speak both English and Spanish.
Gibraltar’s typical landmark is its 426 meters high limestone rock where many tunnels road pass through. Most of these tunnels are operated by the military and are now currently closed for the public. The city is also home of 230 Barbary Macaques - the only place where these wild monkeys exists in Europe.
If you are in Gibraltar for a day or two, then you must visit the Philip Cottrell Gibraltar Museum to learn about its evolution, its various ethnic people, and its rich history. Tourists from around the world often arrive at Gibraltar during weekends or for a day trip. They come to visit many highlights of Gibraltar, including the Barbary Ape’s Den, St. Michael’s Cave, Gibraltar Botanic Garden, World War II tunnels, among others.
Mostly people come on guided minibus tours and visit places museum like Apes Den where they encounter the apes. Although it’s pleasurable to watch these monkeys from a distance, visitors be careful not to feed them as they can get aggressive, loud, and meddlesome.
Apart from museums, Gibraltar also has beautiful public beaches like Catalan Bay and Sandy Bay (East side), Little Bay and Camp Bay (the West side). Water sports are the centre of attraction in Gibraltarian life. They are usually seen diving, sailing, and watching dolphins in its three marinas - Marina Bay, Sheppards Marina, and Queensway Quay Marina.
Malaga Airport is 130km from Gibraltar. So once you arrive at Malaga airport, you can book a taxi or a minibus to transfer you to Gibraltar, as this is considered to be the most economical and best solution for visitors arriving for a day visit.
A smartly dressed English-speaking driver will be waiting for you at the arrival hall of Malaga airport, holding a clear sign with your name printed on it. So what are you waiting for? Simply click here to check out our prices and get a quote! We will take you to from one location to another in a private transfer vehicle and at affordable prices, too.