Plymouth has many areas to visit, full of intriguing history, fascinating ... and incredible views.
The City Centre with its post-war building architecture is a great place to shop, eat and features a variety of events throughout the year.
Visit the Barbican & Sutton Harbour to enjoy a great experience no matter what the weather or time of year. For dazzling views, a new dining or shopping experience or just to learn some history. Plymouth's Waterfront destinations offer something for everyone including Plymouth's Royal William Yard which can be easily accessed via road or by taking a boat across from the Barbican. Full of Grade 1 former Royal Naval victualling buildings which have now been converted into cafes, bars, restaurants and galleries.
The surrounding areas of Plymouth provide a real country feel and is perfect for experiencing some outdoor fun. Take a venture into Cornwall for a more rural experience with many quaint villages and beautiful beaches. Easily accessed by road or train over the infamous Royal Albert Bridge or you can catch a ferry from The Barbican landing stage to a few of Cornwall's small villages and Mount Edgcumbe Country Park.
A short drive from Plymouth, is the rest of South Devon. Featuring beautiful coastlines and stunning countryside as well as historic market towns, a wonderful scattering of villages and hamlets and of course the stunning Dartmoor National Park. Devon is waiting to be explored!