Andalusia Guided Tours

Day trip to Gibraltar from Seville

VISIT GIBRALTAR from seville

What to see in Gibraltar?

Embark on a unique experience with our day trip to Gibraltar from Seville or any other city. Accompanied by our passionate local guides, discover the fascinating history and cultural diversity of this iconic enclave.

Immerse yourself in the magic of Gibraltar, a territory influenced by Hispanic, British, and Mediterranean cultures. Our guides will take you to the highlights, such as the famous Rock of Gibraltar, where you can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views.

During our private day trip to Gibraltar, you’ll not only explore its iconic landmarks but also indulge in authentic experiences. Delight in local cuisine at picturesque venues, discover typical craftsmanship, and immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of this strategic enclave.

Moreover, don’t miss the opportunity to meet the famous Gibraltar monkeys, the only wild primates in Europe. Get up close with these friendly Barbary macaques, adding a special touch to your visit.

Enjoy an unforgettable day exploring the treasures of Gibraltar and sharing moments with the curious inhabitants of the Rock. Reserve your private day trip to Gibraltar from Seville now and experience an exclusive day tailored to your preferences in this place that has witnessed a rich and diverse history!

Additionally, we recommend adding a visit to Vejer de la Frontera or Castellar de la Frontera to complement your Gibraltar day trip with the White Villages. Learn more in the tour details.

Remember that we can also organize your tour to Gibraltar from Granada, Malaga, Ronda, or other cities in Spain. Embark on this unique adventure with us and discover everything Gibraltar has to offer, including the delightful company of its furry inhabitants!

Itinerary proposal for our tour to Gibraltar from Seville

Morning: Discovering the Rock of Gibraltar

  1. Departure from Seville:
    • Early start from Seville to make the most of the day.
  2. Arrival in Gibraltar:
    • Arrival in Gibraltar and meeting with our local guides.
  3. Visit to the Rock of Gibraltar:
    • Ascent to the famous Rock of Gibraltar to enjoy stunning panoramic views of the Strait and African coasts.
    • Unique experience exploring the caves of San Miguel and St. George inside the Rock of Gibraltar, discovering its impressive rock formations.
    • Encounter with the Gibraltar monkeys, the Barbary macaques, in a unique and close experience.
  4. Gibraltar City Center:
    • Stroll through the center of Gibraltar, exploring its historically rich streets and charming shops.
  5. Lunch at a Local Restaurant:
    • Enjoy local cuisine at a recommended picturesque restaurant by our local guides.
    • Free time for shopping and exploration on the famous Main Street, known for its duty-free shops.
  6. Return to Seville or other chosen destination:
    • After this experience, prepare for the return to Seville, taking you back to your hotel with the satisfaction of having spent a full day exploring the treasures of Gibraltar.

Tip: This itinerary is flexible and can be adapted according to your preferences and available time. Reserve now and live a unique experience exploring the treasures of Gibraltar from Seville with exclusive access to the inside of the Rock!

*Our day trip to Gibraltar from Seville or any other departure city can also be combined with a quick visit to Vejer de la Frontera or Castellar de la Frontera. Tell us your preferences, and we will adapt and design the tour that will make the experience unforgettable.

A bit of history you will discover on your day trip to Gibraltar from Seville

Gibraltar was the end of the known world for the Greeks; according to mythology, Hercules was the first to venture beyond the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, flanking the line formed by Mount Calpe (Rock of Gibraltar) and Mount Musa in Africa, to reach Tartessos and steal the oxen from King Geryon.

Today, The Rock, as it is popularly known, is the refuge of the only colony of monkeys in freedom living on European soil, a major tourist attraction in the area. No one who visits the nature reserve leaves without a photo with these famous inhabitants. The Cave of San Miguel is another attraction within the Rock, formed by the action of water on limestone over thousands of years, it contains numerous stalactites and stalagmites. Nowadays, fashion shows and musical performances take place in the main hall of the cave. The Great Siege Tunnels, built by the English troops in the late 18th century to resist the attack of the Spanish troops trying to regain sovereignty over Gibraltar, add a historical note to the visit.

For nature lovers, Gibraltar and its surrounding area are considered a key passage for thousands of birds migrating between Europe and Africa. March and September are perhaps the months with the highest number of birds. In the waters of the Strait, more than 15 different species of cetaceans can be spotted, including orcas, common rorquals, and bottlenose dolphins. The views from the Rock over Morocco and the Strait of Gibraltar are another highlight of the visit.

Lastly, for shopping enthusiasts, it is a perfect place. Main Street is the main street of the city, and it houses a large number of shops where you can find everything at very competitive prices due to the local tax policy.

*We share a bit of history about optional towns or visits you can add to this day trip to Gibraltar from Seville:

Vejer de la Frontera and Castellar de la Frontera, two prominent “white villages” of Andalusia, offer unique experiences imbued with charm, history, and natural beauty. Vejer, located in the hills of the province of Cadiz, stands out for its traditional Andalusian architecture, cobbled streets, and whitewashed houses. Its panoramic views and Arab influence in its design create a charming medieval atmosphere, making it a cultural gem.

On the other hand, Castellar de la Frontera, surrounded by a medieval wall and located next to the Guadarranque reservoir, offers a unique experience in a serene environment. This picturesque white village features whitewashed houses and narrow streets, with the Castle of Castellar as the highlight. The restored Arab fortress and the surrounding natural landscape add a historical and natural dimension to the visit.

Both towns provide visitors with the opportunity to immerse themselves in the authenticity of Andalusian white villages, with charming architecture, picturesque streets, and a rich cultural heritage. Vejer and Castellar, each in its own way, invite you to explore the magic of lesser-known corners of the province of Cadiz, offering a unique experience between history and serenity.


The day trip lasts a full day, from morning departure to afternoon return, approximately 8 or 9 hours. Our schedules are entirely flexible; remember that we can adapt the itinerary to your preferences and tastes.

The excursion includes a guided tour inside the Rock of Gibraltar and its panoramic views, accompanied by local guides.

Our local guides provide explanations in both Spanish and English to ensure that all participants enjoy an informative and engaging experience. Do you have a preference for a particular language? You can suggest it.

From pick-up, complimentary transfer, and entrance to the detailed monuments with guides, to the return to the previously agreed-upon point.

Lunch is not included in the package, but we will provide free time for you to enjoy local cuisine at recommended restaurants. Also, if you wish, we can have lunch together to recommend the best local dishes so you don’t miss anything.

The transfer is carried out in a private vehicle with all comforts, and the departure and return are organized from the accommodation or the nearest accessible location. You can always propose a different meeting point, and we would coordinate between both parties.

Yes, the excursion includes moments of free time, especially after lunch, for you to explore at your own pace and enjoy additional experiences.

Our itinerary is designed to cover the most iconic places, but you can always adapt it to your preferences. In the contact section, you can propose your changes. Remember that among our recommendations to include in the itinerary are other sites to combine with your guided visit to Gibraltar, such as making a stop in Vejer de la Frontera or Castellar de la Frontera.

It is recommended to wear comfortable clothing and shoes, sunscreen, a water bottle, and, of course, your camera to capture special moments.


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    Peñón de Gibraltar, Cuevas de San Miguel, Túneles del Gran Asedio, Colonia de monos.