Gibraltar, a beautiful uniqueness…

Gibraltar's "work hard, play hard" ethos is well served by a benign climate that affords up to three hundred days of sunshine each year and encourages all manner of outdoor activities, such as sailing, water-skiing, swimming and snorkelling off any one of the three main beaches.

Wide variation

Hiking, and for the more adventurous, rock climbing, scuba diving and of course, given the proximity of the Straits of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean beyond, deep sea fishing. Yacht owners can take advantage of the berthing facilities in Gibraltar’s two main marinas, one of these forming part of the multi award winning Ocean Village development comprising three blocks of luxury apartments with extensive communal pool facilities, and in addition to this, various restaurants, bars, nightclubs and a licensed Casino and restaurant complex.

Sports, Beaches and Nightlife

In addition to this, an irresistible attraction for many residents lies just across the frontier with neighbouring Spain. Perhaps the most iconic of all the country's regions, the vast, surprisingly at times, seemingly undiscovered panorama of Andalucía. Of course many cross the border in search of a secluded spot somewhere along the three hundred miles of coastline (less secluded but a “Mecca” for Wind and Kite surfing enthusiasts the world over, are the windblown beaches of the Costa de La Luz, beginning at Tarifa, a mere half hour's car journey from the frontier) or to play one of the fifty odd international, and again in some cases, award winning golf courses. Be it the picture postcard White Villages (Pueblos Blancos) hung with purple and yellow Bougainvillea, the textured lawns, polo pitches and simmering wealth of Sotogrande, the thriving nightlife offered by Marbella and Puerto Banus or the winter ski paradise of the Sierra Nevada, it's all there.

Close to Home

Gibraltar is little more than a two and a half hour flight from the UK, with direct services to Gibraltar from London Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, Manchester, Bristol and Liverpool or flights from across the UK and Europe to neighbouring Malaga only an hours car journey away.

We look forward to welcoming you to our shores in the very near future!

 
 
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Gibraltar’s pro-active, forward thinking economic perspective offers certain fiscal benefits that are as advantageous, as they are unique to this culturally diverse community.

 
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A British jurisdiction since 1704 and with a 99% referendum result only a few years ago to confirm its wish to remain so, Gibraltar is a modern self-sufficient confident and autonomous EU Finance Centre.

 

Key contacts

Sammy Armstrong

Sammy Armstrong

Director

Savills Gibraltar

+350 200 66633