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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

Open Ticket?

Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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How To Get To Plymouth Ferry Port

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Plymouth Ferry Services

Plymouth Guide

Plymouth Ferry Port

Plymouth is a city on the southwest coast of the UK, laying in the county of Devon and around 190 miles from London. The port is used to connect the south coast of England to Spain and France, with crossings to Santander, Roscoff and St Malo.

What is there to do in Plymouth?

A bustling waterfront, copious attractions and beautiful mountainside – Plymouth is a hidden gem among the bigger UK cities. London may have the glamour and the culture, Edinburgh has the history and tradition, yet there aren’t many more enjoyable places in Great Britain than Plymouth’s serene coastline. The beauty of the bodies of water residing in Plymouth Sound doesn’t just appeal aesthetically, regardless of the weather it is a charming place to bask in the peaceful environment whilst watching the passing ships. Once by the shore, it is worth walking along the golden sands of the beaches, which are ideal for rock pooling and swimming. For the more adventurous, there are watersports available that are run by respected and trusted companies. Much like many coastal cities, Plymouth relies on its waterfront to attract tourists, yet there is much more to the city than the harbour. Various attractions are scattered around the city; the Barbican is perfect for anyone with a penchant for quaint buildings, cosy cafes and cobbled streets. For a quintessential day of sightseeing, Plymouth Hoe is a must do whilst in the city centre, and whilst in the vicinity, the shopping centre is flooded with local residents looking for a bargain.

How do you get around Plymouth?

For public transport, there are many bus services that cover most of the city. For private transfers, water taxis and boats operate throughout the summer, and regular taxis run all year round.

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