Gibraltar, also called The Rock, is situated on the southern coast of Spain. It is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom at the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea from the Atlantic, also known as the Meeting Place of Continents. This spectacular rock monolith is full of surprises. From its lively population of Barbary Macaques monkeys, to its sub-tropical climate, which is warm and welcoming throughout the year. It exudes with unique vegetation featuring many species of migrating birds, glorious views and friendly local people, who are a blend of many cultures united in a unique community. Gibraltar has some great beaches for explore and it is home to a large population of dolphins and whales, including the largest mammal of them all, the Blue Whale.