Gibraltar is situated on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula, and the British overseas territory is the form of government runs the country. The main attractions for visitors are Barbary macaques of Gibraltar, the Rock of Gibraltar, duty-free shopping, the territory's military heritage, marinas and casinos.
Gibraltar pound (£) (GIP)
6.8 square kilometers (2.6 square miles)
English, Spanish, Llanito
Climate & Geography
Gibraltar witnesses subtropical Mediterranean climate. The normal weather in the country is moderate, and summer remains warm followed by mild winters. Summer remains dry and rainfall occurs in winter. Country’s average temperature throughout the year ranges from 15 °C to 21 °C. January enjoys the tag of being the coldest month, while the warmest month is August.
Gibraltar stretches in between latitude and longitude 36°8'N 5°21'W.
Modes of transportation include Airlines, Railways, Ships and Road transport
Tourist & Immigration Info
Contact the nearest embassy of Gibraltar for updated details on the requirements for obtaining visa.