Holidays to Plymouth

United Kingdom
Plymouth is the largest city on the South coast of England, bursting with a rich heritage, stunning natural surroundings, a popular maritime culture and an impressive City Centre which has become a destination of choice for shopping in the South West.

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Where to stay in Plymouth

Whatever your travelling style, we can help find you the perfect place to stay. From luxurious hotels to practical apartments, these are our most popular places in Plymouth, according to other travellers.

Things to see and do in Plymouth

null | Trip by SkyscannerNational Marine Aquarium
National Marine Aquarium
Costin Soare | Trip by SkyscannerDartmoor Zoological Park
Dartmoor Zoological Park
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Simon P | Trip by SkyscannerWhitsand Bay
Whitsand Bay
Julian S | Trip by SkyscannerMount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
Julian S | Trip by SkyscannerWild Futures, The Monkey Sanctuary
Wild Futures, The Monkey Sanctuary
Julian S | Trip by SkyscannerPort Eliot
Port Eliot
andreboeni | FlickrTheatre Royal Plymouth
Theatre Royal Plymouth
Mark C (Downloadable) | FlickrNational Trust - Cotehele
National Trust - Cotehele
Andrew Gustar | FlickrPlymouth Gin Distillery
Plymouth Gin Distillery

Reviews of Plymouth

Sophia R
Sophia R

Well worth a visit. The barbican is full of pubs and restaurants. There is also a great shopping centre if you feel like some retail therapy.

Andy Kent
Andy KentPoole

The biggest city in the region with a long naval history. A large shopping centre and plenty of places for entertainment for all the family.

Jonathan Goddard
Jonathan GoddardCambridge

The city in south west Devon is influenced heavily by its significance as a port and barracks for the Royal Navy. Plymouth is at the mouths of two rivers, the Plym and the Tamar, where they enter the sea into the Plymouth Sound. Plymouth has a large harbour and is on the Cornish border. You can drive up to the western side of Plymouth and look out over the harbour to see naval ships.

Julian S
Julian SThornton Cleveleys

PLYMOUTH is a maritime city across the River Tamar via the Torpoint ferry or Tamar Bridge. There is plenty to see and do, including the National Marine Aquarium, large shopping centres and the historic Barbican Quay and Royal William Yard. The Theatre Royal brings new productions to Plymouth in the autumn and winter months.

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