Ohtels Campo de Gibraltar

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Tunnels in Gibraltar with WW2 cannons

Great Siege Tunnels

Step back in time to World War 2 and visit the Great Siege Tunnels that were dug out using hammers, spades, chisels and blasting powder.


Experience a breathtaking 360 view of 2 continents and Gibraltar’s famous landmarks. The glass bottom platform is a popular attraction to those who like tall heights and stunning views.
Sunset over the sea on a beach in Gibraltar with a mountain in the background

Beach Day

Crystal blue seas and white sands, what could be better than a bit of relaxation at the beach. After a dip in the sea visit one of the restaurants or cafes on the seaside front for a cool ice cream.


Have some time to explore the old town and do some shopping for souvenirs. You will be surprised at how cheap it is in Gibraltar!
Grey WW2 tunnel in Gibraltar

WW2 Tunnels

Visit the tunnels where the invasion of North Africa was planned by Churchill and Eisenhower. This 1-hour tour will dig deep into the history of World War 2 in Gibraltar.

O’hara’s Battery

Take a trip to the highest point of Gibraltar and visit a World War 2 gun that protected the Strait.

Windsor Suspension Bridge

Overlook the town of Gibraltar and surround yourself with history from World War 2. Full of adrenaline and thrill, you do not want to miss out on a outstanding photo opportunity.

St Michael’s Cave

Located by the Upper Rock Nature Reserve, visit the series of limestone grottos of St Michaels and walk under the stalagmites that are within the depths of the caves. Experience the immersive light...