Gibraltar Holidays 2021/2022

This small but perfectly formed country is a lovely little pleasant surprise - a slice of Britain pulled 500 miles south. Holidays to Gibralatar are not to be underestimated.

Gibraltar Holiday Deals 2021/2022

The perfect short break

Unbelievable views and natural attractions fill the city of Gibraltar. Regarded as the perfect short break for UK travellers, a Gibraltar holiday from Holiday Hypermarket is just over 2 hours from home and offers a calming and relaxed environment. You can even explore neighbouring Spain or Morocco with just a short ferry ride across the water – what more could you possibly want? Marvellous Mediterannean cities like Marbella are just a stone’s throw away, with Gibraltar being perfectly situated around the most southerly point of Spain.


Currency: Gibraltar Pound

Language: English

Flight Time: Approx 3hrs

Time Difference: GMT +1

Gibraltar rocks!

Gibraltar holidays offer a fantastic mix of Spanish flair and English eccentricity. Experience sun, sea, sangria – and scones too! This wonderful area spans less than 7 kilometres squared and has been a British Overseas Territory since 1713. Red post boxes, Spanish tapas, afternoon tea and lazy afternoons under the Mediterranean sun could all be yours when you book a holiday to Gibraltar.

Culinary delights

Sample the cuisine of both Spain and Britain when on your getaway to this fantastic destination. You’ll find the food and drink to be very diverse as well as great value, offering fresh local seafood as well as classic English food. There’s plenty for everyone and with so many options available, even the fussiest of eaters will be happy. Whatever your palette, a holiday to Gibralatar will leave you wanting more, not only in terms of food, but the breathtaking scenery and delightful locals who make it memorable.

Things to do

Test your limits and hike to the Rock of Gibraltar’s summit, giving you the ultimate chance to explore this amazing nature reserve. If you’re really feeling brave then you can enter the Skywalk, a glass viewing platform just a tiny 340 metres above sea level. If you’re a history lover and want to indulge in some WW2 action, then head to the siege tunnels which were expanded into an underground city, complete with both a bakery and even a hospital!