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Parker og natur i Plymouth

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Park
“Monuments of great Brits such as Sir Francis Drake line the Hoe and look out over the Sound and Drakes island. Climb Smeaton's Tower, the famous lighthouse that was moved to this point in 1884 after spending its life on the Eddystone Rocks, for a great vantage point and selfie spot.”
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Park
“Fabulous camellia collection. Free entry to the park. Riverside views and duck pond.”
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Park
“Biggest park in Plymouth. Cafe and massive kids park opened in 2019. You can park in Life Centre car park. Also has a skate park. ”
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Park
“Lovely free walks around the estuary. There is a charge for parking if you're not a National trust member. Saltram house NT can be visited too for a charge”
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Park
“This nearby park is a lovely place to go and explore. It is about 5 mins walk away and has a cosy little café which is usually open every day from 10:00-17:00(5pm).”
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Park
“This delightful little garden is an oasis of tranquility in a sea of shoppers and tourist activity,in a street that was new in the 16th century, when wealthy merchants built their houses here. Although a popular tourist stop it is tucked away, and can be quiet and completely empty even on a hot August day. Very low box hedges contain beds of colorful flowers and fragrant herbs in the old Elizabethan manner. Underfoot are cobbled paths and areas of old slate. Stone seats are very welcome to the weary shopper, although unfortunately this is not a place for those whose mobility is limited, as there are lots of stone steps and no room for ramps. Relaxing beside the cooling fountain, it is easy to think yourself back in Elizabethan Plymouth.”
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Park
“West beach on Plymouth hoe is small a rock and shingle beaches are a real suntrap and boast great views over Plymouth Sound. The is also a play park for little ones. Walking distance to the city centre and barbican”
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Strande

Beach
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Beach
“a small pebble beach with plenty of rock pools. Above is a lovely grass area suitable for picnics, offering fine views across Plymouth Sound.”
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Scenic Lookout
“Devils Point Tidal Pool – good for younger children (where the locals go) at the end of Durnford Street PL1 (just before the Royal William Yard), keep walking down Durnford street until you get to the sea (just past The Artillary Tower) and you will have reached the natural tidal pool.”
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