San Roque is one of the region’s most historic towns. Its evocative historic centre, with its narrow streets and beautiful corners, houses the town’s most important and popular attractions.
The Governor’s Palace and the Parish Church of St. Maria the Crowned, bear witness to the events that occurred during the sieges of Gibraltar. We must not forget the Bullring, one of the oldest in the province, or the Plaza de Armas, which is said to be where the red cape and sword technique was created.
What to see?
If you want a cultural day out, there are guided tours of San Roque the Archeological Site of the Roman city of Carteia.
San Roque Town Hall’s Tourism Department
Tel: 956 694 005 / 647 546 742
If you fancy a spot of tennis or paddle tennis, just contact the Gaviota Club. www.clubtenisgaviota.com.
Fancy pumping some adrenaline? How do you like the idea of a paintball game? www.combapaintball.com.
Where and what to eat?
If you enjoy tapas, the San Roque Tourist Office organises a “Tapa-Mania” on a daily basis.
Tel: 956 694 005 / 647 546 742. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Book in advance (8 persons min.). English, Italian and Spanish spoken.