Car hire is available from Gibraltar International airport which is only a stone throw away from Wessex House:
Travel by rail:
The nearest rail stations to Gibraltar are: San Roque-La Linea Station (13 km) (Address: 11368, La Linea, Cádiz, Spain) or the more connected Algeciras Station (25 km) (Address: 11203, Algeciras, Cádiz, Spain). Both stations are a short taxi ride to the frontier. Further detail is available here.
The British stronghold of Gibraltar has
attracted visitors for centuries. There are
few places in the world that equal the Rock in terms of sheer physical
presence. Make sure you make time to see
the apes, go and visit Jews’ Gate, the Mediterranean Steps and St Michael’s
Cave. There is enough to keep you busy
for a few days while here and of course, enjoy some time at the beach and swim
in our beautiful seas.
Gibraltar is long and narrow, extending
along the mile-long Main Street. Much of
this bustling high street has been pedestrianised as part of an overall city
plan to beautify the Rock and create a pleasant environment for visitors and
Gibraltar is compact which means you are
always within walking distance of most of the attractions, however, public
transportation is widely available if necessary. The famous cable car, running since 1966, will
take you to the top of the Rock where you can witness the breath-taking views
of the area and a variety public local buses cover most of Gibraltar (except
for Upper Rock) from early morning until late evening.
The Gibraltar Naval Trust is the owner of all the CCTV images viewed and recorded within the Wessex House site.
The CCTV system will be operated fairly, within the law, and only for the purpose for which it was established or which are subsequently agreed in accordance with industry best practice.
The GNT data protection policy statement is available below: