No.6 Convent Place
- Human Resources Department
- Civil Status and Registration Office
- Civil Aviation
- Public Finances
- HM Customs
- Income Tax Office
- Treasury Department
- Lottery Section
- Land Property Services Limited
- Procurement Office
- Town Planning
Ministry for Sports, Culture, Heritage and Youth
- Sports & Leisure Authority
- Cultural Centre
- Gibraltar Archives
- Gibraltar Museum
- Post Office
- Philatelic Bureau
- Kings Bastion Leisure Centre
- Youth Services
- City Fire Brigade
- Youth Centre
Ministry for Education, Financial Services. Gaming, Telecommunications and Justice
- Department of Education
- Finance Centre Department
- Remote Gambling
- Supreme Court
- Small Claims Court
- Coroner's Court
- Legislation Support Unit
- Royal Gibraltar Police
- Gibraltar Co-ordinating Centre for Criminal Intelligence and Drugs (GCID); Gibraltar Financial Intelligence Unit (GFIU)
- Gibraltar Police Authority
- Police Complaints Board
Ministry for Tourism, Public Transport and the Port
- Gibraltar Tourist Board
- Maritime Administration
- Yacht Registry
- Port Authority
- Citizen's Advice Bureau
Ministry for Equality, Social Services and the Elderly
- Office of the Minister
- Care Agency
- Drug Strategy Coordinator
- Department of Consumer Affairs
- Data Protection (Gibraltar Regulatory Authority)
Ministry for Traffic, Health and Safety and Technical Services
- Driver and Vehicle Licensing Department
- Technical Services Department
Ministry of Enterprise, Training and Employment
Ministry for Health and Environment
- Office of the Minister
- Department of the Environment
- Environmental Agency
Ministy for Housing and the Elderly
Please remember that:
When you enter Gibraltar you will pass through Customs and must declare everything in excess of the duty free allowances obtained outside Gibraltar. There are allowances for goods that can be imported free of duty by persons entering Gibraltar and who have not been in Gibraltar for at least 24 hours immediately preceding the time of such entry and not more than once in any calendar month:
Articles of any other description up to a total value of £32.
* Drivers of vehicles entering Gibraltar must be in possession of a Green Card valid for any EU country; or UK Certificate of Motor Insurance; or Certificate of Motor Insurance issued in accordance with Gibraltar law (no motor insurance facilities are available at Entry points). Current registration documents and driving license is also required.
* Caravans may only be imported provided a License has been previously obtained from the office of the Collector of Customs
Purchase of motor vehicles on export plates:
There are two regimes under which a person may purchase and register a motor vehicle in Gibraltar on export plates. Vehicles bought new in Gibraltar from a motor vehicle trader by bona fide visitors and vehicles bought new in Gibraltar to exported from Gibraltar attract a nil rate of duty if certain conditions are met. These conditions are contained in Sections 20 and 21 of the Traffic (Licensing and Registration) Regulations.
Specimen of application form to be filled in by the applicant under Section 20 of the Traffic (Licensing and Registration) Regulations;
Specimen of application form to be filled in by the applicant under Section 21 of the Traffic (Licensing and Registration) Regulations;
For further information please contact any of the licensed motor vehicle dealers in Gibraltar or HM Customs, Gibraltar.
Smugglers are individuals or groups who bring products into Gibraltar for resale without payment of duty. Smuggling is a crime. Smugglers evade the payment of duty and undercut legitimate trade. Uncontrolled smuggling could result in revenue shortfalls which would have to be made up by you, the taxpayer.
Never carry anything into Gibraltar for somebody else.
Never bring prohibited goods into Gibraltar.
If you are driving, make sure that everyone travelling with you knows what goods are prohibited or subject to import duty. If you smuggle goods in a car, the car may be seized.
A pet may be tame, but rabies is a killer. Don’t even think of smuggling an animal into Gibraltar. It could be carrying rabies and the consequences could be disastrous.
If you are in any doubt, go to the Customs inquiry point.
Drug smuggling is a problem that faces everybody either directly as the family or friends of addicts, or indirectly through drug-related crime. Customs believe that the best way to prevent the distribution of drugs is to stop the drugs at the point of importation before they are broken down into smaller quantities for distribution and sale.
Although Customs allocate substantial human and other resources to tackling the drugs threat the public’s help is needed to seize more.
You can help stop smugglers bringing drugs into Gibraltar by reporting suspicious activity.
DRUGS: if you see anything suspicious or if you have any information on drug smuggling tell a Customs Officer or ‘phone Telephone No. 20077677 or 20079988.