War memorials, good restaurants and great scenery. Not too far to walk from Plymouth town centre as parking can be limited in the summer especially.
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Beautiful views and so peaceful and such a happy place to be. It has eating places and is a cultural paradise. I love it here. I love the sea against the sky and the buzz of it. I love the seagulls flying above the land...More
Historically, where Sir Francis Drake had his famous game of bowls as the Armada advanced towards England! Now a lovely area to view The Sound, the harbour of Plymouth where both the Tamar and the Plym rivers flow into the sea. With the old Barbican...More
Hoe is so beautiful. Fort is well maintained and is occupied by individuals and businesses. Road around the Fort has parking pay and display places. On the top of the hill is war memorial and is fantastic place to view. Open space (park) is used...More
Always loads to see, even with the ever-changing weather. Currently the WW1 Poppies art installation is up by the War Memorial. Walked down around Rusty Anchor, along Grand Parade and down to the Barbican. Loads of places to eat in all different price ranges and...More
On the day of our visit there were giant marquees being erected for an u coming university graduation day, this obviously changed what you would normally experience, that said since spent a good hour or so seeing the spectacular memorials and of course the magnificent...More
We came to see the Poppy display and were not disapointed .The poppies were arranged in a wonderful arch tapering skyward ,true wonderful .