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The Mediterranean steps is an adventure. If you want to see the other side of the Rock, literally, make sure to start the hard hike the locals call the Mediterranean steps. It will bring you up from Jew’s gate all the way to the top, crossing battery and the caves where the last Neanderthals lived. It simply is a great adventure with scenery that is not to be missed. It is about a 90 minute hike with an 800ft elevation. See map for the location of Jew’s Gate (start of steps)
Mediterranean steps, Gibraltar
Roy’s famous fish and chips: This tiny establishment on the main square claims to have the best fish and chips of Gibraltar. Why not give it a try. From port the main square (Casemates square) is about 1,5 km / 20 min walk to the east.
casemates square, gibraltar
Inside the Rock of Gibraltar we find 150 caves. St. Michael’s cave is one of the largest naturally formed caves. The cave has the nickname “the cathedral” because of it echoing acoustics. Therefore you’ll find nowadays it is not just a cave, there is an auditorium that can hold up to 350 people. It is also the location of many stories and legends. From port it is about 8 km / 20 min. drive to the south east.
St. Michaels cave, Gibraltar
The most famous cemetry of Gibraltar. The tombstones in the cemetry commemorate the dead of 3 yellow fever epidemics in the 19th century. Here you’ll also find the victims of sea battles of the Napoleontic wars. From port it is 2,5 km / 30 min. walk to the south.
Trafalgar Cemetry, Gibraltar