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  1. Hayley
    Hayley at |

    Great website. Just one thing though British sterling is accepted in Gibraltar (as are Euros). What you might get back though are Gibraltar notes and coins and these are not valid in the UK.

    You could also mention dolphin tours from Gibraltar.

    And nightlife is mainly down Main Street and the marinas (Queensway Quay and Marina Quay)

    BW

    Hayley

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  7. Kadmiel
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    i love it! Could you do a more in depth view of GIBRALTAR TO MALAGA i have been several times and always get lost is it just me or am i the only one wearing cargo pants! lol would love to hear your ini-sight.

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    1. Rodrigo @ OutofYourComfortZone
      Rodrigo @ OutofYourComfortZone at |

      Hey, great to hear you liked the article!

      Hahaha, no worries. It’s just the opposite and it’s super easy! You can get the bus at the bus station in La Linea, just outside Gibraltar, and it will take you directly to Malaga. No worries at all! 🙂

      If you have any other questions, just let me know!

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