Plymouth

Long before Sir Francis Drake played his famous game of bowls on Plymouth Hoe, the city was at the heart of England’s maritime culture. Today, Plymouth thrives as a city of culture, with cool shops and restaurants that run right along the waterfront to meet the masses of beautiful sailing boats.

Barbican

Vibrant historic and cultural hub of Plymouth, mixing quaint independent shops, art galleries and all things boaty.

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National Marine Aquarium

Underwater adventures, activities and education – meet the zebra sharks, lionfish, rays and others and learn about looking after our oceans.

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Treasury

Hot nightspot with dining, cocktails galore, gin and whisky clubs, dancing and theme nights. And when the party ends, they do breakfast, too.

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Royal William Yard

Once a Royal Naval victualing yard, it makes for a great seafront stroll amongst a tasteful fusion of history with 21st century living and eateries.

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The Plymouth Gin Distillery

The ultimate experience for new and well-versed gin aficionados, with behind-the-scenes tours and tastings seven days a week.

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More destinations to explore…

Truro
Truro

Cornwall’s county town has a wealth of impressive architecture and is a bustling centre of arts, culture, history and food.

Falmouth
Falmouth

A watery wonder surrounded by picturesque creeks and inlets with a fascinating sailing heritage.

Torquay
Torquay

Take a break in the classic British seaside resort, with a tiny touch of the Med.