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Plymouth is a city in the county of Devon, one of the largest in South-Western England, having about 250,000 inhabitants. It is one of the most famous maritime cities in the United Kingdom, located between the Plym River and the Tamar River. Plymouth is part of one of the widest and most spectacular natural harbours in the world.

Due to its strategic location on the English Channel, Plymouth's economy is big in the maritime sector. The key sectors are the shipyards, the Royal Navy base and the commercial port, essential for the transit of goods throughout Great Britain.

The port of Plymouth offers maritime routes to Spain and France operated by Brittany Ferries.

Ferries from Plymouth to Santander connect England to Spain in almost 20 hours, with scheduled departures twice a week. If you take the ferry line Plymouth Santander, you will travel on elegant and renovated vessels. Aboard the Brittany ferries, you can find excellent services and facilities like bars and restaurants.

The ferry route Plymouth Roscoff is an easy and direct link to the West coast of France for a perfect holiday in Brittany, with up to two crossings per day. Daytime departures take 5 hours and 30 minutes and overnight departures lasts approximately 11 hours, that you can spend in comfortable cabins. Bars, restaurants, and entertainment areas are available onboard.

Plymouth ferries About Plymouth

The city offers beautiful views of the English Channel, besides many attractions and a fascinating maritime history: for example, in 1831, Charles Darwin left from Plymouth for his pioneering trip to the Galápagos Islands.

The city can be divided into three main areas: the old Barbican, which consists of Victorian buildings and very narrow streets; the Hoe area, a stunning promenade that attracts numerous visitors; lastly, the modern area of the city, which was rebuilt after the end of the Second World War.

In the Plymouth Hoe area, travellers can see one of the most famous lighthouses in the world, Smeaton's Tower, which was previously located in Eddystone and then moved to the Hoe in 1877. From this lighthouse it is possible to enjoy the view of Plymouth Sound, Drake Island and Hamoaze. In the neighbourhood, you can admire the monuments to Plymouth's maritime history, but also enjoy the local gastronomy. For a taste of high quality artisan gin, don't miss Black Friars Gin Distillery, which has been around since 1793!

If you travel with kids, we recommend a visit to the National Marine Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the UK, where you can discover sea creatures from the whole world, from the Channel coast to tropical coral reefs.

Other attractions not to be missed during a holiday in England are the beautiful beaches around Plymouth: spend a day relaxing and enjoying the spectacular scenery of Bovisand Beach, Firestone Bay or Jennycliff Beach.

Just a few miles from the city of Plymouth, you can explore one of the largest national parks in the UK, Dartmoor. It is an outstanding upland area that is perfect for outdoor activities, and also popular for its many mysterious and spooky stories, like the one involving a supernatural black dog.


How to reach the boardings

Address: Millbay, Plymouth, PL1 3EW

GPS coordinates: 50°21'52.8''N 4°9'30''W

The ferry terminal services include a lounge, a café, and parking spots. You can reach it by car, by taking the A38, exiting at the A374 and following the “continental ferry port” signs. Plymouth’s train station has frequent connections to London Paddington, however there is no train or bus driving to the port. You can walk for 20 minutes or take a cab. The walking distance from the ferry terminal to the city centre is 15 minutes.

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