Gibraltar: tax free shopping and watching monkeys
Who comes from Andalusia and crosses the border, enters to a different world. Gibraltar, 41 kilometers northeast of Tarifa, is very British: It belongs to Britain since 1713. For tourists, there is not much offered. Yet every year, six million tourists visit the place. Their goal: the Main Street, where they can go shopping without paying taxes.
During your visit, you can go to the Upper Rock Nature Reserve, where you can find the St. Michael’s Cave (caves), the Great Siege Tunnels, the Apes Den (Walking around the Barbary apes, the only wild monkeys in Europe) and The View. To get to the Reserve, the best option is to take cable car.
Tip: Combine your trip to Gibraltar with a visit to the Old Town of Tarifa or to one of its beautiful beaches.