Plymouth is home to some of the most stunning and well known attractions throughout the UK. The coastline to either side of Plymouth into Devon and Cornwall is peppered with some of the country’s most envied beaches and romantic hidden coves, and just on the edge of Plymouth, you get one of the finest and largest national parks in Britain - Dartmoor!
Plymouth has an interesting and varied history, and there are some fascinating local sites to be visited in the area dating from the 15th century onwards such as the famous Mayflower steps where the pilgrims set sail.
Within Plymouth there are currently 37 ancient monuments including boundary stones, milestones and other markers which add great interest to the local heritage landscape. Our landmark and trail guides offer a great day for those interested in re-living Plymouth's past.
Being on the coastline of Devon, Plymouth has a number of marina’s with incredible views and some offering an array of places to eat and attractions to give you that sense of a real coastal holiday experience.
Plymouth prides itself in it's arts & culture, being host to many all year round exhibitions, events and displaying all forms of cultural diversity. Home to Beryl Cook, whose work was often comical, picturing people whom she encountered in everyday life, including people enjoying themselves in pubs can be located within the city aswell as one of Britain's most infamous painters Robert Lenkiewicz whose work still exists on the walls of buildings within The Barbican.