Catalan Bay gives travelers the chance to mingle with natives
The bay of the Catalans (Catalan Bay) or La Caleta, is named after the landing of troops from Catalonia during the War of Spanish Succession (in the year 1704). Currently it is a village opposite the main city, and sailors fountains, which has its own church, beach, restaurant service where the specialty is fish and seafood and one of the best hotels in Gibraltar, The Caleta Hotel. The truth is that it is charming because it is just about unknown to tourists visiting, who focus on Main Street and little more. This makes it possible to speak with natives and not just UK travelers.