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How to find us
  Address:  Gib Sailing School.
  Coordinates 36º 09' 31'' N, 5º 22' 03'' W
  Alcaidesa Marina
  11300 La Línea de la Concepción (Cádiz )
  Spain
 

 

o By plane: Alcaidesa Marina is internationally connected to the airports of Gibraltar and Malaga.

Gibraltar airport is 10 minutes walk from Alcaidesa Marina  (flights from UK and Morocco).

Malaga airport is just over one hour drive away and is a good option for cheap flights and car hire.

o By car: The main roads to the Alcaidesa Marina are; from Malaga the A-7 or AP-7 motorway and from Jerez the A-7 motorway. (Car parking available for a small fee.)

 

o By bus: The bus station is approximately five minutes walk away from Alcaidesa Marina (with services to Malaga, Cadiz, Seville and other routes along the Costa del Sol such as Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbella and Estepona).

 

o Local taxis: Tel. 00 34 956 174 800 / 00 34 956 174 710

Blablacar 

Practical city guide map

Practical guide Campo de Gibraltar

La Linea

 

La Linea, a town of the Cadiz province, is only a short stroll away and offers many bars and restaurants.

 

Alcaidesa Marina is situated on the eastern side of the Bay of Gibraltar on Spain's southern tip. The marina offers excellent shelter and deep water access in all weather conditions.

 

Places of Interest

Plaza de Farinas is one of the most charming squares in La Linea and close to the church of the Inmaculada Concepcion, built in 1879 in colonial style.

 

The Isthmus Museum (El Museo del Istmo), situated inside the Town Hall (Ayuntamiento) contains artefacts of great historic value and covers Naval History, Prehistoric History, Archaeology, The Middle Ages and Modern History.

 

Pepe Cabrera Bullfighting Museum, near the bullring, dedicated to the world of bullfighting contains objects such as the historic 'suits of lights' worn by the bullfighters and capes.

 

An outdoor market is held each Wednesday on Avenida Principe. From fresh fruit to antiques and clothes, the market is well worth visiting. There is also a market in the centre of La Linea open daily except Sunday.

 

Eating & Drinking

La Linea cuisine is mainly based on fish and shellfish. Traditional dishes served in bars and taverns include the atunara stew, the zarzuela fish casserole, sardines grilled on skewers and shrimp omelette. Delicious meats such as the Iberian Jamon (serrano hams) are also served. For dessert you can try japonesas, a sweet prepared with sponge cake and honey.

 

In the mornings you can enjoy ‘chocolate con churros’ (Spanish doughnut).

 

The Calle Real, with its great cafes & cake shops, and the neighbouring streets make up the centre of the town.

 

Beaches, Playa de Poniente and Playa de Levante.

 

Golf, Alcaidesa Golf Course

 

Surrounding Area, Tarifa (windsurfing), Ronda, Antequera, Cordoba, Cadiz, Jerez, Malaga, Seville and Granada.

Some of the marinas we visit during your course
 
Spain
North African Coast
Portugal
  • Lagos
  • Potimão
  • Albufeira
  • Vilamoura
  • Faro
  • Vila Real

Gibraltar

 

Places of Interest

  • A tour of the Rock of Gibraltar

  • The Gibraltar Museum

  • The Crystal Glass Factory

  • St Michael’s Cave

  • The Botanical Gardens

  • Moorish Castle

  • The World War II Tunnels

  • The Apes

  • Grand Casemates Square and Main Street

  • Cable car

  • Europa Point -the southernmost point in Europe

  • Mediterranean Steps –walking, hiking trails

  • Whale & dolphin watching tour

  • Swimming and diving

  • Nightlife with discos, wine bars and pubs

  • The International Casino Club

For more information visit the Gibraltar Tourist Board website