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Relocation

Gibraltar – The perfect work environment

Gala Coral Interactive is based in Gibraltar. This tiny British colony, measuring only 6.5 square kilometres, is located over the Spanish border at the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula, and boasts great sports facilities as well as popular indoor family entertainment and a great range of pubs and small bistros across the town and its two marinas. With its average 300 days of sunshine per year and favourable tax climate too, Gibraltar proves an extremely attractive destination to anyone wishing to relocate either temporarily or permanently for work.
Thanks to the diverse nationalities in Gibraltar there are countless cultural events such as concerts, plays, exhibitions and street festivals organised by musicians, artists, dancers and local associations, as well as a wealth of shops lining and surrounding Main Street.

All the comforts of home

The local Morrisons Supermarket makes sure that all of those Great British foods and products are easily available, so that ex-pats living over here never feel too far from home. All goods sold in Gibraltar are free of Value Added Tax (VAT) so prices throughout the colony (including the airport), especially for tobacco and spirits, are among the cheapest in the world!

Getting Here

Getting to Gibraltar couldn’t be easier. Regular flights from the UK to North Front Airport (GIB) are operated by British Airways, who fly from London Heathrow Airport, EasyJet who fly from London Gatwick Airport and Bristol and Monarch Scheduled, who fly from London Luton Airport and Manchester Airport. Malaga Airport serves as another main entry point by air as you can fly there from most major cities in the UK and Europe. Taxi stands can be found at the airport and at many locations around Gibraltar, including the city centre.

If you decide to relocate to join us, part of the recruitment process will involve our moving services team who will be able to provide a wealth of useful information on taxation and banking, cost of living, accommodation, education and schooling, healthcare and medical treatment, and even Spanish lessons as well as private and public transport for both Gibraltar and the Spanish border areas.