Gibraltar is accessible by air, sea and land.
There are regular scheduled air services to Gibraltar from London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton and Manchester, all less than three hours away. The flights from the UK to Gibraltar are operated by British Airways which fly from London Heathrow Airport, easyJet, which flies from London Gatwick Airport and Monarch, which flies from London Luton Airport and Manchester airport. Charter services can also be arranged privately.
Gibraltar is also easily accessed by those wishing to fly to Malaga and Jerez airports and both can be reached by road in just over an hour.
For further information on how to travel to Gibraltar from Malaga or Jerez, please contact the Gibraltar Tourist Board (GTB), Duke of Kent House, Cathedral Square, Gibraltar, Tel: +350 20074950, Fax: +350 20074943,
Gibraltar, with its prime location at the southern tip of Europe, guarding the gateway to the Mediterranean, is an ideal port of call for cruise ships and yachts.
Gibraltar is an attractive destination that is being continuously developed – not just economically and commercially, but also from a touristic point of view. In addition, the town offers numerous modern services and Gibraltar’s international airport is opportunely only a five-minute drive from the port.
Gibraltar is also accessible via Spain. Gibraltar adjoins the southern coast of Spain at the western end of the Mediterranean. In order to be allowed past the border into Spain you will be required to be in possession of a valid passport (except EU nationals who are in possession of a valid national identity card).
Exceptionally, visitors may require a VISA or similar, which can be verified by contacting the Civil Status & Registration Office, Joshua Hassan House, Secretary’s Lane, Gibraltar, Tel: +350 20076945, Fax: +350 20042706,
The land frontier is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Entrance to Gibraltar is free of charge and there are no limits on the number of frontier crossings that can be made. For travellers with time to explore the surrounding regions around Gibraltar, it is likewise possible to inter-rail through southern Europe.
Tour operators looking to invest, set up, expand or diversify in Gibraltar can benefit from utilising Gibraltar’s resilient and first-class infrastructure.
For further information on how to set up these, or any other business models, please contact the For further information, please contact the Ministry for Enterprise, Training and Employment, 76/77 Harbours Walk, New Harbours, Gibraltar, Tel: +350 20040408,