The Rock of Gibraltar lies on the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, boasting extraordinary views over the Mediterranean coastline and the mountaintops of North Africa. Gibraltar is a British Dependent Territory loaded with multicultural history dating back to the dawn of mankind; its friendly community of about 33,000 inhabitants is drawn from British, Genoese, Asian Portuguese, Spanish and other origins, making this a unique place to visit, work and live.
Duty-free shopping and historic tours up the Rock to see the sights by taxi, cable car or on foot attract many tourists to Gibraltar. Crossing the border from Gibraltar to Spain opens up the beaches, resorts and golf courses of the Costa del Sol which are only a short drive away.
Daily flights connect Gibraltar to various UK airports and these international air-links are expanding with the recent opening of the new airport terminal.
Gibraltar’s economy is thriving and has attracted major companies in the international gaming industry, insurance and financial services to invest in this low-tax, well-regulated business environment.