A lovely place to visit with some marvellous scenery. There is plenty of shopping to make it worthwhile visiting this lovely place.
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Plymouth Sound the entrance to the River Tamar the border between Devon and Cornwall and Plymouth's Royal Naval Base Devonport. The "Sound" is also the entrance to the River Plym and Sutton Harbour, the area where Sir Francis Drake repaired his ships. Plymouth Sound is...More
Beautiful, natural harbour with views and the cafes, restaurants and ice cream vans you's expect. Ideal for dog walking kids on bikes, sunbathing etc etc.
With superb views from Plymouth Hoe this huge natural harbour offers busy boating and shipping activity to watch and a number of cafes and eating places from which to sit and enjoy the scenery and the refreshments of your choice. Ideal venue on a warm...More
Parking along Hoe seafront. Beautiful views,gardens,visit Citadel and Smeatons Tower (old Eddystone Lighthouse). Nice childrens park at West Hoe. Barbican fishing harbour and awesome National Aquarium nearby!
A must if you visit Plymouth for a lovely walk along the foreshore. There is always something to watch, naval ships, ferry boats and fishermen. People strolling looking at the view, little cafes and free toilets on the promenade and West Hoe.
Fantastic views of Plymouth sound looking towards Jennycliffe, the Breakwater, the Cattewater, and towards Cornwall.
I personally live here, in Plymouth. I loved here from Dorset to study at University. Having lived here, this site is one I would suggest anyone too go visit on a day out, when its sunny. Its got lovely green spaces. The urban design that...More
Love this part of Plymouth. Just lazing around in the sun, watching the sea against the rocks or the boats going across the sound.