The southernmost tip of Gibraltar boasts views of Mount Sidi Musa in Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. At this point the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meet.
Europa Point Gibraltar is known for its strategic significance and amazing views. One of the notable landmarks at Europa Point is the Trinity Lighthouse, also known as the Europa Point Lighthouse. It is an iconic structure that has been in operation since 1841, guiding ships through the Straits of Gibraltar.
Europa Point offers panoramic views of the Strait of Gibraltar, the African coastline, with Morocco being only 14 kilometres away, and the nearby Spanish cities of Ceuta and the bay of Algeciras.
Europa Point is also home to several other significant structures, including the Shrine of Our Lady of Europe, a Catholic shrine dedicated to the patron saint of Gibraltar, and the Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque, one of the largest mosques in Western Europe, that was offered as a gift from King Fahd of Saudi Arabia as a tribute to the 700 years of Moorish ruling and History in Gibraltar.
One other popular thing to see is the Sikorski Memorial in Gibraltar, a monument dedicated to General Władysław Sikorski, the Prime Minister of the Polish government-in-exile during World War II. The memorial commemorates Sikorski’s visit to Gibraltar in 1942 to meet with the British Prime Minister Winston Churchil.
The location attracts tourists and locals alike to enjoy the stunning views, take leisurely walks along the promenade, and explore the historical and cultural landmarks in the area, as well as enjoying a nice relaxed coffee while the children play in the park. Europa Point is a popular Gibraltar attraction, offering a blend of natural beauty, historical significance, and cultural diversity.
You may be able to visit this iconic viewpoint and historical landmark when booking one of the GTA Tour packages such as the Standard Tour of Gibraltar package, the Extended Tour of Gibraltar package and the Open Tour of Gibraltar package.