The Carteia Archeological Site dates from the 7th century BC and includes remains from the Phoenician, Carthaginian, Roman, Visigothic, Byzantine, Moorish and Christian eras. This ancient city was the most important in the Campo de Gibraltar area and became the first Free Latin Colony outside of present-day Italy in 171 BC.
"Finca La Alcaidesa" is a country estate, property of the Junta de Andalucía (the regional government), is one of the borough's best kept secrets bordering the Northeast of Pinar del Rey. It is an unequalled area; very close to Sotogrande, the Los Alcornocales Natural Park and Gibraltar; in which there is fantastic accommodation and a wealth of ecotourism activites. A stay here is unforgettable as you are immersed in an unspoilt natural environemnt with a tremendous diversity of flora and fauna.
Pinar del Rey is a suburban park spanning 338 hectares at the heart of the local region. This unique forest paradise has an intriguing story that began in 1800 when the Spanish Navy planted trees to supply timber for warships. Today Pinar del Rey and the Alcornocales Natural Park are the natural lungs of the Campo de Gibraltar area.
San Roque has a collection of listed historical buildingsthat are the oldest and best preserved in the Campo de Gibraltar area. The most important monuments in the City of Gibraltar in Exile are Saint Mary the Crowned Parish Church, the Governer's Palace and the Bullring.