Gibraltar offers heritage, history, shopping and dining.
Visible from a distance of more than 100 miles, the Rock of Gibraltar has attracted visitors and conquerors since the dawn of time, impressed by its strategic location between two continents and at the junction of the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, its imposing appearance and, of course, its subtropical climate.
Today Gibraltar is an important tourist destination to tour, visit caves and tunnels, see Barbary Apes roaming freely on the Upper Rock, or join a dolphin watching trip.
Our trip arrives at the border of Gibraltar at approximately 10.30am. We park at Morrisons Superstore making this a popular shopping trip. In the afternoon we depart at 16.00 pm for the return to Nerja.
If you’re planning to tour there’s time for a good look around. If you’re there for the shopping, there’s plenty of room to stow your purchases in the hold of the bus - but remember you will have to carry them home with you from your drop off point that night.
NB: YOU MUST BRING YOUR PASSPORT WITH YOU TO ENTER GIBRALTAR
Bookings can be made in the clubrooms:
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays between 11am and 1.15pm.
Please note, bookings can only be made with full payment.
If you wish you can pay by bank transfer, email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org or for more information email us
Coach transport to Gibraltar and return.
Coach departures and times:
07.00 hrs Hotel Nerja Club
07.10 hrs Nerja Bus stop (Ticket Kiosk side - far end)
07.20 hrs Hotel Riu Monica
07.25 hrs Hotel Marinas de Nerja, Calle Rio Seco
07.30 hrs Torrox Costa Bus stop
Comfort stop en route
10.45 hrs Estimated arrival in Gibraltar
16.00 hrs Departure from GIbraltar
19.00 hrs Approximately - Hotel Riu Monica
Direct journey back - no comfort stop
All times quoted are approximate.
We reserve the right to alter the schedule and itinerary as local circumstances dictate.