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Gibraltar

What Will Happen To Expats In Gibraltar When The UK Exits The EU?

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A rocky British enclave in the Mediterranean, Gibraltar has been at the centre of several political issues since 1713, when it was passed into the hands of the Britons. Though this small island of around 30,000 people governs itself, it remains a colony of Great Britain to this day.    more ...
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Why Gibraltar Is The Best Place To Be An Expat

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There are plenty of fabulous things about Gibraltar, but there are admittedly also a number of factors that give people pause. For most people, this essentially comes down to two things: the cost of living and the population density. There’s no doubt about it – Gibraltar is both crowded and expensive. However, this little British Overseas Territory at the tip of the Iberian Peninsula has so much to offer that many people consider it the best ...    more ...
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Moving To Gibraltar? 10 Mistakes To Avoid

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Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory to the south of Spain on the Iberian Peninsula, often simply called ‘the rock’ by those who are familiar with it. The nickname comes from the Rock of Gibraltar, the 1398-foot high limestone formation that is Gibraltar’s most iconic natural structure.

This small territory is only 6.8 square kilometers in area, much smaller than most modern cities, and is also among the most densely populated and ...    more ...
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5 Great Restaurants For Expats In Gibraltar

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A small British overseas territory in the Mediterranean, with its northern border touching Andalusia and two coastlines dipping into the Alboran Sea, Gibraltar is easily one of the most culturally varied spots in the world.

The population is almost entirely made up migrants who have settled here over the last two to three hundred years. Today, roughly half the population is British or Spanish, while the other half is mostly Italian, Portugues ...    more ...