Welcome to this site dedicated to everything to do with Plymouth in Devon, England. We cover everything from sports, attractions and budget Plymouth, to property, real estate and jobs. Learn about the best ways to travel to the city be it by air, sea or land. Plymouth is served by ferry from Spain and France and has its own city airport and is on the main rail network.
The City of Plymouth also has a popular University and with annual events such as the National Fireworks Competition, a very good pedestriansed shopping area, the historical Barbican area and great view of Devon and Cornwall on the Hoe, the attraction of Plymouth and the surrounding area is clear. In the coming years the 2020 celebrations will also bring a significant amount of attention to the city, with a n influx of American visitors expected. Now marketing itself as the ‘Ocean City’ of the United Kingdosm, many major developments are underway in the city, including a brand new coach station named the ‘Mayflower Bus and Coach Station’.
We also cover areas around Devon with pages also covering camping and holidays in and near Devon and day trips to Cornwall, all part of our the local area. You can also find holiday apartments in Plymouth online for short stays. Interested in Plymouth attractions?
It is definitely worth visiting the Plymouth for the city itself. Many people though use it as a base for visiting the Eden Project. You can also from Plymouth head to the English Riviera, which included Paignton and Torquay. There are some excellent attractions including Paignton Zoo and coastal towns including Dawlish and Seaton to visit.
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Looking for a new holiday destination or already considering Plymouth and wondering if it is worth visiting and what you can do. Let me give you 10 very quick reasons to visit us down here in the South-West of England: