Gibraltar storage and attractions
As an alternative to Gibraltar storage, uStore-it is just across the border in Spain. One hour drive from Marbella and 20 minutes from Manilva in southern Spain.
The rock of Gibraltar is 426 metres high and covers an area of 6 square kilometres. The thin coastal strip of land to the west overlooks the Straits of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean.
Gibraltar´s history evolves from its strategic position at the southern-most tip of the Iberian peninsula. It is here where Europe meets Africa. The territory shares a border with Spain to the North. Gibraltar was granted by Spain to Great Britain in perpetuity in 1713, under the Treaty of Utrecht. However, while Spain insists it should be returned to them, it remains British territory.
The rock is home to many historical sites and places of interest, that tourism boosts the economy, and many cruise ships also dock here regularly, bringing visitors from all over the globe. Gibraltar has become a popular holiday and business travel destination over the years and has the added bonus of tax-free shopping.
Gibraltar Rock Tour
The limestone cliffs of Gibraltar are home to many natural caves, including the breathtaking St. Michael´s Grotto which is open to visitors.
Also, you can take a taxi tour of the rock. Alternatively, you can walk or take a cable car. Towards the top of Gibraltar Roc,k you will soon meet the famous monkeys. The animals have become accustomed to tourists and are a major attraction.
Not only that, but there is also a fabulous audio tour at the top of the rock. One which explains the surroundings, the history and the traditions of Gibraltar. The views from the platform close to the cafeteria are absolutely stunning. Amazingly, you can see the African coast and the Spanish resorts in the distance.
Gibraltar is surrounded by 5 beaches. These include Catalan Bay, Eastern Beach, Camp Bay, Sandy Bay and Little Bay. Water-sports facilities are available in Marina Bay, Sheppard´s Marina and Queensway Quay Marina. Visitors also enjoy sailing and dolphin-spotting in the area. Also, it is a popular area for those relocating to Spain.
If you are looking for a self-contained Gibraltar storage, why not store your goods in Manilva. Which is just a 20 minute drive away?