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Theatre, gin and a fascinating maritime history

Visit Plymouth

Widely regarded as the regional capital of Devon, the beautiful city of Plymouth boasts vibrancy, first-class attractions and a general nautical feeling. Nicknamed ‘Britain’s Ocean City’, the bustling streets, serene surrounding countryside and historical maritime sites combine beautifully to create a must-visit UK holiday destination. Don’t just take our word for it though - visit Plymouth to find out for yourself.

Boringdon Hall Hotel and Spa

Boringdon Hall Hotel and Spa is a 40-bedroomed Grade I listed Elizabethan five-star country manor house spa hotel on the edge of Dartmoor, yet just 7 miles from Plymouth City Centre.

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Bovisand Lodge Estate

Hidden in the beautiful South Devon countryside, adjacent to Bovisand beach, the South West Coast Path and with stunning coastal views, Bovisand Lodge Estate is a unique beachside holiday park.

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Best places for surfing in Devon

The South West surfing scene is often dominated by Cornwall, with big name surf resorts like Newquay and Bude stealing the limelight. But its modest neighbour, Devon, also boasts some of the best surf spots in the UK. Think glassy hollow barrels, fun beach breaks and long mellow rides.

Top walking holidays in Devon

Devon is one of the best spots to experience an exhilarating walking holiday in the UK. It’s no surprise it’s known as a walker’s paradise, as this captivating location displays some of the finest scenery in not only the South West but the UK as a whole. With so many walks to choose from, we have selected some fantastic routes in Devon to give you a sample of the walking experiences on offer.

A characterful capital

Although a modern, lively city brimming with first-class attractions, Plymouth confidently retains the character and charm that symbolises Devon’s coastal areas.

When it comes to things to do, you’re spoilt for choice: city centre shopping centre Drake Circus is the place to head for a spot of retail therapy; you can sample some famous Plymouth Gin in the city’s bars and restaurants, while Plymouth Pavilions and the Theatre Royal both host quality entertainment.

Be sure to enjoy a spot of sightseeing on your visit, taking in the likes of Plymouth Rock, the site of disembarkation of the Mayflower Pilgrims in 1620, and Smeaton’s Tower on the Hoe, a memorial for civil engineer John Smeaton. If you crave the beach, both Bovisands and Wembury are just a 15-20 minute drive from the city centre.

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