One of Europe’s quirkier enclaves – as well as its last remaining colony – is a singular bit of business stuck down at the foot of the Spanish region Andalusia. And if you happen to be in the neighborhood – especially the Costa del Sol, many of whose main resort areas lie within a drive of and hour to 90 minutes – Gibraltar‘s unusual mix of history, sociology, and nature is well worth a day trip or even overnighter. And nowadays, perhaps more than ever, now that the territory has become even more of a bone of contention between Spain and Great Britain as a result of the ongoing process of Brexit. So what's all the fuss about? Let's have a look For visitors, the colony's quirks begin the moment you cross the border from the city of La Línea de la Concepción – because to actually get into Gib, you have to first... keep reading

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