Gibraltar

In Gibraltar, we go from Spain to Great Britain, and there is the only English lighthouse outside Great Britain. On board our cruise we arrive at the Rock, the Moorish Castle and Main Street for shopping.
Plato talked about it as one of the two Pillars of Hercules, the point where the known world ended. Up to the 1400s, the city was in the hands of the Arabs, whose traces remain in the Moorish Castle. It then became an outpost and British territory; now it is shown to tourists as a place shaped by most cultures. Gibraltar stretches on a rock crossed by over a hundred caves that sneak into the limestone rock. The upper part is a nature reserve where the macaques live in complete freedom. You can take the cable car or take a nice walk from the city center, to see from above the port of Gibraltar, where our cruise docks. Among the photos of your holidays in Gibraltar, you must have one of the lighthouse at Europa Point.