We did a boat trip which took in most of the sound. It is amazing to see the way the old naval areas have been converted into modern living, then the marina and finally the remaining part of the dockyard still in use, serving RN frigates etc
To be fair I am not Plymouth's biggest fan and I am rarely caught saying a nice word about the city. But having traveled fairly extensively around the world there are few cities that can boast such a magnificent waterfront! By far the best thing the city has going for it!
Best place to catch great view of Plymouth sound, I would recommend is from Jennycliff. It has a car park with facilities and ice cream vans in the summer months. Along with walks and a cafe. Dogs are allowed and even a beach, though there are many steps and paths leading down so not good for those with mobility problems.... 更多
Doing a boat trip up 'the Sound' is an amazing day out for your family, may I say. You can pass the Historic Devonport Dockyard and see some of the marine vessels lying at their respective jettys. The trip takes you right up the sound and up the river Tamar, very good trip, I must say. Oh ! by the... 更多
As with the Hoe the Sound complements your experience.The day we sat there and just watched everything that going off and there is so much to just sit and watch, new bench seats let you just sit back and watch. One tip would be to take a cushion with you to allow you to sit there for a little longer... 更多
This is a wonderful place to visit and gives extensive views of Plymouth Sound, Drake's Island and the Plymouth Breakwater. The whole area is used for various venues during the year so it is worth checking local information on what might be held during your visit. The area comprises of a large grass area together with a huge tarmac central... 更多
What a beautiful place. The view extends for ever and was a delight to sit a look at and photograph. Yhis place will stay in my memory forever.