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Studio for Rent, Town Area, Gibraltar

Studio flat available July 1- currently has a tenant, but viewings can be arranged. The property is a 2nd floor walk up, no lift, just off Main Street. Recently refurbished, to a high standard. Available for ID card registration. Rental price is pound;900 per month. Well worth viewing.

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TOWN AREA
Town Area is home to most of Gibraltar’s retail establishments. Main Street, running through the pedestrianised old town from Casemates Square all the way up to Southport Gates, almost covers the entire length of the city, its buildings exhibiting a blend of Andalusian, Moorish, Portuguese, Genoese, and British architecture. Alongside the more traditional shops, mostly lined on the ground floor, visitors will recognise familiar high street brands and chains, intertwined with souvenir and handicraft shops. The upper floors generally provide residential accommodation or office space for local businesses. Dating back to the 18th Century, merchants, traders and shopkeepers established their businesses in Gibraltar, many of which are still run by the direct descendants of the families that instituted them. Gibraltar’s geographic location was nothing short of perfect for merchants back then to port and trade their goods. Casemates Square, as with much of Gibraltar, is open to and represented by many different ethnic peoples. Situated right at the bottom of Main Street, it has a wide range of restaurants, cafes and bars, in which you can order a drink, get comfy, and “people watch” until your heart’s content. Casemates, is the largest of the two main squares located in the city centre of Gibraltar, and is used for special events throughout the year, hosting various shows, festivals and nightlife.

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Catalan bay sea shells in Gibraltar

Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque

The Lighthouse at Europa Point

The Lighthouse at Europa Point

View of the Upper Rock Nature Reserve

Baby Gibraltar Monkey

Anti-aircraft gun at Napier of Magdala Battery

Gibraltar macaque facial photo

The beautiful natural lake at the Lower Saint Michael's Cave

Catalan Bay

The Moorish Castle in Gibraltar

The Lighthouse at Europa Point

The Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park

View from the Upper Rock at sunset

Heading down to Dove Chamber Lower Saint Michael's Cave

Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque

Catalan Bay fishing boat in Gibraltar

Barbary Partridge along the Mediterranean Steps

Seagull at Catalan bay in Gibraltar

The Lighthouse at Europa Point

Within the Tower of Homage

The Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park

The Upper Rock Nature Reserve

Ring Tailed Lemur Eating at Alameda Wildlife Conservation Park

The Lighthouse at Europa Point

The Lighthouse at Europa Point

Gibraltar Monkey Yawning

Artillery piece at the entrance of the World War 2 Tunnels