Gibraltar located on the south tip of the Iberian Peninsula has m natural, historical and natural attractions to offer, despite the ‘Rock’, as its affectionately known, being relatively small. The Main Town has very flat terrain whilst the rest of the Rock is anything but. The Gorham’s cave complex was appointed as UNESCO world heritage. From the top of this rock, and if the weather is good, you are able to see across the Gibraltar Straits to Africa (the straits are where the southern tip the Atlantic ocean meets the Mediterranean sea). One cannot think of Gibraltar without recalling the monkeys (a protected colony) living in the natural reserve of the Upper Rock.
As well as the stunning nature, cultural and history are ever present and one has to take into account politics due to the long standing dispute between the UK and Spain (who wish to have Gibraltar returned to them after centuries of British rule) about the Rock.
Accessible wheelchair travelling in Gibraltar is best arranged well in advance of your intended dates of travel in order to make your travel experience barrier free and that’s what we at DAT are here to do for you.
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