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Plymouth Sound

The Sound, Plymouth, England
+44 1752 264849
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US$371.27*
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Historic Plymouth luxury one day private guided tour from Devon
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US$371.27*
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Historic Plymouth luxury one-day private guided tour from Cornwall
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The Sound, Plymouth, England
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I would never have known about this gorgeous stretch of water if it wasn't for an Ocean Medicine course I attended. Wow. So much history and beauty. If you are going to be cloose by organise a boat trip, you won't regret it.

Thank hinemoa-auckland
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

A walk along the coast gives you some great views of the wonderful Plymouth Sound. Don't forget your camera!

Thank UncleDads
Reviewed 5 days ago

We had a trip on a local boat and caught loads of mackerel and saw Dolphins, also excellent views of Drakes Island and the local coastline. The weather was not too good but we were well protected by the Breakwater, would highly recommend a trip...More

Thank Jukebox120
Reviewed 1 week ago

Always somewhere interesting to stop and watch what is going on in the sound. A fascinating place which shows the whole history of how to defend a naval port.

Thank Jim B
Reviewed 1 week ago

Plymouth Sound is a great place to go especially if you have a boat . you can launch at Queen Ann Battery ( for a charge ) and get out on the water . Hours of fun to be had .

Thank Martin S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Stunning location a must see when visiting the West Country. Lovely views amazing walks alone the seafront boat trips and much more

Thank davidgeeson
Reviewed 1 week ago

Plymouth Hoe is a wonderful place to visit, in all weathers (except for rain, for me!) Sit and relax; bring the family to play or to explore the historic Smeaton's Tower. Then look for the stump of the old lighthouse, visible on the horizon sitting...More

Thank azurewest604
Reviewed 1 week ago

if you have the sunshine and warmth nothing beats the hoe and Plymouth sound what views you get looking out to sea.

Thank robbierobbie_11
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There is nowhere better to spend a few hours on a bright sunny day when the local sailors are out on the water making the most of a light summer wind. Sometimes a ship might be seen beyond the breakwater or even making her way...More

Thank Dunedinlass
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely views of Plymouth Sound from Plymouth Hoe. Also interesting history of the Bteakwater, Fort Bovisand and Drake's Island. Walk from the Barbican around to West Hoe, seeing the Sound from different angles. Lovely any time of year.

Thank Josephine E
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naomis2710
19 July 2017|
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Response from markandrew2859 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Naomis. Daily boat trips to lots of locations and ferries depart from The Mayflower Steps on the Barbican
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