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EBike Rock Tour Gibraltar
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EBike Rock Tour Gibraltar

Our daily guided ebike tour will show you the best of the Rock at a comfortable, leisurely pace. You will be amazed as you coast to the top of the Rock over 400m above sea level!

Individual bookings welcome, the group size is up to 10 people.

Enjoy breath taking views across 3 countries and 2 continents, explore Gibraltar’s fascinating history and be introduced to our most famous inhabitants, the Barbary macaques - the only free roaming monkeys in Europe!

Our premium, non-polluting ebikes are suitable for everyone with moderate fitness who is over 155cm in height, over 12 years old and capable of riding a bicycle.

Allow 3 hours for your ride. Departure times are daily at 10:00 and 15:00.

Tours will depart from and end at the Sunborn Yacht Hotel, Ocean Village.

We advise that you apply sun screen and wear closed shoes (no flip flops) and comfortable clothing. A cycle helmet will be provided. You must be a capable cyclist and confident cycling on the road with moderate traffic.

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Catalan Bay, Gibraltar

Catalan Bay (Spanish: La Caleta) is a bay and fishing town in Gibraltar, on the Eastern side of The Rock away from Westside. It is a nice spot to take some pictures and has an interesting history.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Europa Point, Gibraltar GX11 1AA

Europa Point (Spanish and Llanito: Punta de Europa or Punta Europa), is the southern most point of Gibraltar. On a clear day, views of North Africa can be seen across the Strait of Gibraltar including Ceuta and the Rif Mountains of Morocco; as well as the Bay of Gibraltar and the Spanish towns along its shores.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Upper Rock Nature Reserve, Nature Reserve, Gibraltar GX11 1AA

The Gibraltar Nature Reserve (formerly the Upper Rock Nature Reserve) is a protected nature reserve in the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar that covers over 40% of the country's land area. It was established as the Upper Rock Nature Reserve in 1993 under the International Union for Conservation of Nature's category Ia (strict nature reserve) and was last extended in 2013. It is known for its semi-wild population of Barbary macaques, and is an important resting point for migrating birds.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Pillars of Hercules, Strait of Gibraltar, Sandy Bay, Gibraltar

The Pillars of Hercules, (Spanish: Columnas de Hércules) was the phrase that was applied in Antiquity to the promontories that flank the entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar. The northern Pillar, Calpe Mons, is the Rock of Gibraltar. A corresponding North African peak, not being predominant, the identity of the southern Pillar, Abila Mons, has been disputed throughout history, with the two most likely candidates being Monte Hacho in Ceuta and Jebel Musa in Morocco.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Windsor Suspension Bridge, Upper Rock, Westside, Gibraltar

Another of Gibraltar’s newest tourist attractions is definitely not for the faint-hearted, but those who want an adrenalin rush can visit the new suspension bridge at Royal Anglian Way. This spectacular work of engineering is 71 metres in length, across a 50-metre-deep gorge affording visitors magnificent views of across the strait, bay and city.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: O'Hara's Battery, Rock of Gibraltar, Gibraltar

O'Hara's Battery is an artillery battery in the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar. It is located at the highest point of the Rock of Gibraltar, near the southern end of the Upper Rock Nature Reserve. It offers a fantastic view over 2 continents

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Skywalk, St Michael Road, Gibraltar Town, Gibraltar GX11 1AA

Standing 340 metres directly above sea level. Gibraltar’s Skywalk offers breath-taking 360º views spanning three countries and two continents and links to other sites within the Gibraltar Nature Reserve, Upper Rock including the thrilling Windsor Suspension Bridge and the famous Apes’ Den via a series of walking trails.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Apes Den, Old Queen's Road, Gibraltar

Perhaps Gibraltar's most important tourist attraction, the Barbary Macaques are normally found in North Africa, but their presence in Gibraltar probably dates from the early days of the British garrison when it is presumed that they were imported, inevitably finding the rough limestone cliffs and scrub vegetation a congenial habitat. In fact, many legends have grown up around them. One is that they travelled from their native Morocco via a subterranean tunnel starting at St Michael's Cave leading down underneath the Strait of Gibraltar.

Another legend claims that, should the macaques ever disappear, the British will leave Gibraltar. During the last war, natural causes had diminished the macaque numbers alarmingly. Fortunately, Sir Winston Churchill took a personal interest and additional animals were imported from Morocco. Today, in addition to the pack resident at Apes’ Den, there are other packs living wild on the steep slopes of the Rock. Gibraltar does not wish to lessen ‘the monkey experience’ but experts have warned that too much human interaction is harmful to these wild animals.

Primarily because we want them to remain living as they are, in a semi-wild state, we strongly advise you not to get too close, feed or touch them. Finally, because they are wild animals, they may react violently and have been known to attack and inflict serious bites. By all means take photographs but please allow the monkeys to live a natural, free life for their benefit and the enjoyment of all. Just keep a safe distance, do not shout or make sudden movements.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: The Great Siege Tunnels, Midway up at the northern end of the rock, Gibraltar

The Great Siege Tunnels in the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar, also known as the Upper Galleries, are a series of tunnels inside the northern end of the Rock of Gibraltar. They were dug out from the solid limestone by the British during the Great Siege of Gibraltar at the end of the 18th century.

Pass By: The Moorish Castle Complex (The Tower of Homage and The Gate House), Willis Road, Gibraltar

The Moorish Castle is the name given to a medieval fortification in Gibraltar comprising various buildings, gates, and fortified walls, with the dominant features being the Tower of Homage and the Gate House. Part of the castle itself also housed the prison of Gibraltar until it was relocated in 2010

Pass By: Main Street, Gibraltar

Main Street is Gibraltar's main commercial and shopping district. It runs north–south through the old town which is pedestrianised and lined with buildings displaying a blend of Genoese, Portuguese, Andalusian, Moorish and British Regency styles, most of which have shops on the ground floor. Upper floors provide residential accommodation or offices. Tourists and visitors will find a wide variety of shops, many of which will be familiar from British high streets.

Stop At: Leisure Island Ocean Village, Gibraltar GX11 AA

Bars, Restaurants, Shopping, Sunborn Yacht Hotel

Duration: 5 minutes

Duration:3 hours
Commences in:Gibraltar, Gibraltar

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