There are lots of ways to get around Plymouth. We have listed many of the providers and linked to their homepages.
Plymouth City Council, in partnership with all of the city’s bus companies, have agreed to offer the residents of Plymouth a multi operator day bus ticket, which will enable them to make as many bus changes on their journey as they like, regardless of the bus operator, for a whole day (from the start of the service until 2am the following day). (It can even be used on Park & Ride!)
This ticket is known as a SKIPPER ticket, and can only be purchased on the bus from the driver. The cost of each ticket is £4 for an Adult, £3 for a Child.
The area of validity for the Plymouth SKIPPER day ticket covers the whole of Plymouth including Torpoint, Saltash, Roborough, Langage, Ivybridge, Wembury and Heybrook Bay.
Please read the attached flyer for more details, or visit our website www.plymouth.gov.uk/skipper
For upto date public transport information, around the city , the region and the UK visit: Traveline
Tel: +44 (0) 1752 361577
The Torpoint Ferries operate 24 hours a day (a half hour service between the hours of 21.30 and 6.30), every day of the year and operate to a set timetable.
Cars £1.50 cars with trailers £3.00
Tel: +44 (0) 1752 822105
Operates daily , all year.
Adults £1.50 Children £1.00
Royal William Yard Ferry
Visit the Grade 1 listed former Royal Naval Victualling Yard.
Operates May to Septemebr from the Barbicna landing stage.
Adults £2.50 Children £1.50
Mountbatten Water Taxi
Operates daily from the Barbican landing stage.
Departs .15 and .45 past the hour
Operates from the barbican landing stage Easter - September
departs 1030, 1200, 1430 and 1600
Barbican - Mount Batten and Mount Edgcumbe
Operates from the Barbican landing stage, Late may - Early September
Daily service departing: On the hour from 10.30 - 15.30 and picks up 10 minutes later from Mount Batten .
Discover Plymouth by bike. There are opportunities for traffic free and off road cycling, leisurely afternoon rides along quieter lanes, and more challenging longer distance routes.
Click here for more information and follow the link to cycle path network.
A series of new cultural trails has been produced to help people explore the landscape and discover some of its hidden gems. The trails include a variety of themes including Man and the Landscape, Trade and Settlement, Coast in Conflict, a Colourful Landscape, and Car Free days out.
The eight new trails - all circular, are a mixture of walking, cycling and horse riding routes. Please click here if you are interested to download a path in South Devon.
Click here for more information about the famous South West Coast Path.