Welcome to the Gibraltar Botanic Gardens.
The Alameda Gardens were founded in 1816 at the initiative of the Governor, General George Don in order to provide an area for recreation for the residents of Gibraltar. For many years they served this purpose but in the 1970s they fell into a state of disrepair. The Gibraltar Botanic Gardens project began in June 1991 when the Government of Gibraltar contracted a firm of environmental managers, Wildlife (Gibraltar), to restore the gardens and convert them into a botanic garden.
The Gardens therefore aim to: restore the aesthetic beauty and interest of the Alameda for the benefit of visitors to the gardens establish a living collection representative of Gibraltar and its hinterland; display a collection of plants from Mediterranean climatic zones around the world; contribute towards the conservation of the flora of Gibraltar and its hinterland; establish a collection of succulents from around the world; contribute towards the dissemination of information about plants, their economic value and their conservation by means of an active educational programme.
Address: The Alameda, Red Sands Road, PO Box 843. Gibraltar
In2Adventures is Gibraltar’s leading events and activities company. We promote the importance of a healthy lifestyle through fun-based activities tailored to your needs.
Our services are open to individuals visiting for a short while, locals and corporates alike and, whilst the focus of the activity can be altered, the underlying essential element of ‘fun’ runs through each and every activity we hold. Our activities are split in to 3 main areas which are:
These include (not exhaustively):
• Stand Up Paddling (SUP)
• Clay pigeon
• Yacht charters
• Team building challenges
• Secret Agent challenge
• Treasure Hunt
Large or small parties can be catered for (minimum 2 people) at short notice so contact us now via the links below and unravel your adventure!
Gibraltar's premier entertainment venue for all the family!
Open 7 days a week from 9.00am till midnight with extended hours for the night time events.
ICE SKATING RINK
RESTAURANT AND CAFETERIA
YOUTH DISCO & LOUNGE
RECREATION SUITES (FOR YOGA/DANCE CLASSES ETC.)
All under one roof in the centuries old historical fortress of the King's Bastion.
Address: King's Bastion Leisure Centre, Queensway, Gibraltar
The Cable Car is the best way to the “Top of the Rock” and a must-see attraction for all visitors to Gibraltar. The journey takes passengers 412m above sea level in approximately 6 minutes offering spectacular views all the way. The Top Station is perched at the very summit of the Rock, with the sheer cliffs to the east and tree-covered slopes leading to the City of Gibraltar to the west.
0930-1915hrs 7 days a week. Last Cable Car down 1945hrs
Except 1st Nov to 31st March 0930-1715hrs. Last Cable Car down 1745hrs