Public Transport in Gibraltar

Find out about the public transport options for getting to Gibraltar and for getting around once you're there...

As Gibraltar only covers an area of 6 Km2, getting around is relatively easy. There are just under 50 Km of roads in Gibraltar, and traffic drives on the right, as the country shares a land border with Spain. Gibraltar has one of the highest car ownership levels per capita in the world.

Within Gibraltar, the main form of transport is by car, motorcycle or the modern bus service. There is also a cable car that runs from sea level to the top of the rock, with one stop at Apes Den.

Gibraltar also has an international airport with regular flight services operated by Easy Jet, Monarch Airlines, Royal Air Maroc and British Airways. Tourists and other passengers regularly use the international airport located in Málaga, Spain which is approximately 120 Km away.