plenty todo, good pubs resturants, @cafes, lots of walking if you are into keep fit there are lots of boat trips @sightseeing
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After owning property in Brittany for nearly 30 years, I have had many ferry trips sailing out and into Plymouth. This is a beautiful stretch of water and I always enjoy looking at the fantastic views, particularly on return trips.
Plymouth Hoe is a historical place, lots to see, play parks, lawned areas, seating to admire view, cafes, lots of eateries, posh and not so posh. Amazing view of Drakes Island, Mount Edgecumbe and Staddiscombe. Lots of walks to uncover historic interest, site of war...More
Don't think it has enough safety barriers so children could quite easily fall between the rails I walk the opposite side with the grandchildren you can have lunch coffee easy access to the barbican and west hoe where it is child friendly
Great place for strolling along the seafront, stopping for an ice cream, coffee or lunch or brunch. Lots of water activities available including diving, kayaking, sailing, swimming.
My family and I live on the Hoe and love the views of Plymouth Sound ,we may not be blessed with the weather here but the views make up for it. Lovely for walking the dog or the kids as they love it also. Lots...More
If you are looking for some peace and quiet as I was on this November day amid an open space with terrific sea views then you will not do better than the Hove at this time of year.
I went when it was cold. Personally, its not my scene, much prefer the shops than walk in coastal areas, particularly in cold weather
One of the best natural harbours in England. What ever the weather there is always something to see. The sound is surrounded by historic buildings and fortifications.