Geographically, Gibraltar is an interesting existence. Although it is in the southern part of the European continent, it belongs to the United Kingdom, and the British pound/Gibraltar pound is used instead of the euro. The lighthouse is in the southernmost part of Gibraltar, and you can take bus 2 to the terminal. The sea here is the Strait of Gibraltar. It is a very meaningful place to look at the African continent.
The lighthouse of Gibraltar, located at the point of Europe, can be reached directly by buses, and you can overlook the African continent in the distance. The lighthouse itself cannot be entered, and it is estimated that the lights will be on at night. When you come to Gibraltar, you should come over and punch a card.
At the end of the Cape of Europe, which can be reached by bus No. 2, you can still see Africa on the opposite shore when the weather is good.
There are relatively fewer people here. Next to it is a relatively large-scale North African gathering area, there is also a mosque, behind is the Gibraltar Mountain, and the water is relatively clear.
Coming to Gibraltar by car (requiring a Schengen multiple-entry visa), Vodafone’s card has no signal in Gibraltar, so I can only use Google human navigation. Fortunately, I will go through a tunnel and go through a tunnel. Just see a white church. The parking lot is very large. There is a playground next to it. There is also a fast food restaurant. The fast food restaurant has a variety of fresh grilled fish to try. The price is moderate. There are multiple viewing platforms along the coast, each with a different view. I was lucky to catch up with the good weather. Although the opposite North Africa was a bit hazy, it was clearly visible. The sea breeze was blowing as if I felt the vastness of the earth and the smallness of itself at the end of the world.
One of the must-visit attractions in Gibraltar, the scenery is beautiful, the water and the sky are the same, and when the weather is good, you can clearly see Morocco on the other side of the sea. The lighthouse, artillery, and basement are all photo hotspots. Next to Gibraltar is the only university. The mosque opposite is also beautiful! Take No. 2 bus at the bus terminal of Gibraltar Market. The terminal is Trinity Lighthouse. It is recommended to buy it for the whole day. Tickets cost 1.8 pounds one way and 2.5 pounds for a full-day ticket.