As we head into the last weekend before further Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, there’s still plenty to see and do in Plymouth.

Here’s our pick of the top five things to try this weekend!

Treat yourself

Head to Kawaffle, open 11am to 4pm on Saturdays inside Plymouth Market, for a delicious treat. They create incredible bubble waffle creations, with both sweet and savoury options to choose from. As it’s Coeliac Awareness Week it’s worth mentioning that all their waffles are gluten free – and they do vegan options too so everyone can indulge! Why not try out their May special, a peanut butter and chocolate combo?

Seafood with a sea view

Head down to check out the new Deck at Rockfish Plymouth, with a covered outdoor seating area it’s perfect whatever the weather. There’s a new Salcombe Brewery bar serving up great drinks, a menu filled with fresh fish and seafood, and no need to book – just turn up, grab a table and order using the app.

Follow the Diamond Treasure Trail

Created for last week’s Virtual Pirates Weekend, the Diamond Treasure Trail continues until the 16 May and is a great way to get kids out and about exploring the waterfront. Download the Plymouth Trails App and head off on a hunt for the ten diamonds hidden in local businesses.

Set sail on the Sound

Hop on board a Breakwater & Coastal Cruise with Plymouth Boat Trips, this Sunday at 1.30pm. Take in the sights from the sea, including the scenic Cornish coast and historic smuggling villages of Kingsand and Cawsand before cruising alongside the iconic Plymouth Breakwater. Don’t forget to book in advance and check on their website for any updates!

Raise a glass

Popular pub, The Ship Plymouth, has now reopened and offers lots of outdoor seating along the edge of the historic Barbican harbour so you can sit back and enjoy a drink with a view. If you’re feeling summery, they even have Pimms on draught to enjoy!



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