PLYMOUTH Great Britain's official Ocean City on the South West Coast.
Steeped in history, with a world renowned maritime culture, Plymouth is a superb location to visit and enjoy all of the attributes of City life, with easy access to the delights of Cornwall and Devon.
Whilst in our delightful city, must see sites include:
The Mayflower Muster in Plymouth, is a festival celebrating the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s departure from the city in September 2020. There will be spectacular displays and a huge range activities with support from the city’s Armed Forces.
The Barbican also includes over 100 listed buildings and has the largest concentration of cobbled streets in Great Britain as well as hosting the annual Ocean City Blues N Jazz and Seafood festivals.
With fantastic views over Plymouth Sound, Cornwall and the city itself sites include Smeatons lighthouse, the Armada memorial, celebrating the victory over the Spanish Armada and memorials highlighting Plymouth's association with the Armed services over 100's of years.
The Plymouth armed forces day is a superb time to visit
Plymouth Hoe is an excellent view point for the annual British Fireworks Championships, which has been hosted in Plymouth for many years
Historic houses moorland, woodland, cycle and walking trails all close to our maritime city.
Plymouth is a gateway to the world famous Dartmoor national park. which is extremely beautiful, highlighted by its magical and ancient landscapes,