Explore the beautiful city of Plymouth
The beautiful city of Plymouth, situated on the scenic South Devon coastline, is steeped in rich history and outstanding natural beauty. With the vibrancy of any modern city, Plymouth offers locals and visitors alike a great choice of places to visit during a holiday or short break in Plymouth.
Its history predates its famous entry in the Doomsday Book (1086) and has long established itself as an area of significance in England. Sir Walter Raleigh and Sir Francis Drake were here, and Plymouth's Port is overlooked by the Elizabethan Barbican – a building of outstanding beauty and significant historical interest.
Today Plymouth boasts enviable shopping facilities, eateries and music venues, coastal and woodland walks, museums and galleries and one of the largest educational establishments in the UK – the University of Plymouth. Visitors to Plymouth and the surrounding areas simply have more to do than you can fit into one visit!
Wandering the cobbled streets of Sutton Harbour and The Barbican, you'll discover treasures around every corner. Including the famous Mayflower Steps, where the pilgrims left for the New World over 400 years ago, Plymouth Gin Distillery and the National Marine Aquarium. Take in some sea air at Plymouth Hoe with incredible views across The Sound. Or travel a little further to Dartmoor Country Park and National Trust properties.
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