Known as the Rock, Gibraltar (UK) – La Linea de la Concepción (Spain) – have access by air, land and sea. Here are the 3 best ways to get there:

Flying

If you are in the UK or Marocco you are in the easiest places to go visit Gibraltar.

From these destinations you can find direct schedule air services.

The closest airport is located in Gibraltar, in the UK side. The best of all this is that with direct flights you enjoy your time much more and it is easy to decide to leave without much planning.

You can break your routine and meet an unusual destination even with only a weekend or a holiday.

The air companies and airports you can look for flight availability, fair or bookings to Gibraltar are:

  • British Airways – London Heathrow Airport
  • Easyjet – London Gatwick or Bristol Airports
  • Royal Air Maroc – Tangier Airport

Also, it is important to know that you can arrive by Malaga Airport, just 126km by road from Gibraltar. Most air companies arrive at this airport, but there is a short road trip to the Rock.

Don’t worry! You can easily rent a car in the airport and go from Malaga to Gibraltar in about 1:30 hr, and will cost about 12-20 euros.

Another transport option from Malaga to Gibraltar is by bus. There are many daily buses from 17-23 euros and the trip takes around 2:30 hrs. There are also shuttle services 2 times a day and a little more expensive, between 30-40 euros.

The cheapest way is the blablacar app, the way to connect drivers with empty seats to people traveling the same way.  

Driving

If you are in Spain, you should have Gibraltar in your destinations list.

Don’t forget you need to check if you need a Gibraltar visa and has a valid passport to cross the border opened 24 hours, seven days a week and with no charges needed.

If you are driving to Gibraltar from Spain, take the N340 or the A7 (Cadiz – Malaga highway) and turn off at Junction 119 into the N351 which takes you to La Linea, the border town between Spain and Gibraltar.

If a car trip is ok for you and you don’t want to drive, use the blablacar app also for long distances. 

Sailing

Gibraltar has grown in many ways during the last years and the financial sector, tourism, and the shipping sector contribute to this direction.

It’s not a piece of news that is an attractive destination and everything is easy from the port, just 5 minutes from the airport and with modern services available.

Gibraltar is the gateway to the Mediterranean and is an ideal port of call for cruises and yachts, which makes it easy to find some cruise during your free time.

To be more direct there are daily connections to London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton and Manchester in the UK. 

Just some cruises that stop at Gibraltar port are TUI Cruises, MSC Crociere, Travel Dynamics International, Costa, Royal Caribbean, P&O, Windstar Cruises, and so many others.

 

Now we help you to find your best way to arrive in Gibraltar, we are here to help you to book your stay in a Homeboat.

Just 15 minutes by foot from the airport, you arrive at your private homeboat at the Alcaidesa Marina and take some calm and very relaxing days overwater, leaving behind all your stress, nervousness and anxiety.

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