I don’t know how many of you have ever been to Plymouth, Devon, but in case you have never set foot in this part of the country, I would like to tell you a few things about this very special place.
In my opinion, Plymouth is completely undervalued as a tourist destination. I know that many tourists from all over the country and the world decide to visit it, but can the numbers of tourists to Plymouth compare to the number of those visiting Blackpool or London?
Plymouth has a lot to offer to people from all walks of life. With Dartmoor National Park only 10 minutes drive from the city center, everybody should be able to find something for himself. Those looking for peace and quiet will enjoy long walks along the green paths of Dartmoor, but those looking for nightlife will enjoy everything that Plymouth has to offer when it gets dark. I am not going to forget to mention the beaches of South Devon or Cornwall which are only a few minutes away. Plymouth might not have the best beaches out there, but if you are willing to drive short distances, you will have a blast on one of the many sandy beaches in the area.
Plymouth is a great place to visit, but it is also great place to live. I wouldn’t hesitate to move there again if I had an opportunity to do so.