Lighter evenings, warmer days (finally) means making the most of great outdoor spaces on our doorstep near Plymouth. Getting outside and discovering nature has wonderful health benefits for all the family, as well as being a fun adventure. See what you and your mini adventure seekers can do this half term in and around the Plymouth area.
This May half-term there will be lots of fun for all the family to enjoy at Cotehele, as well as 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4 and a new trail too.
There's so much for all the family to enjoy this spring at Buckland Abbey. From crafts to trails, walks to dressing up, it's a great place for an adventure.
From family trails in the house, walks in the garden and miles of cycle trails, here are some ideas for your days out at Lanhydrock this May half term.
Follow the old Great Westen Railway track on this exciting cycle trail through Plymbridge Woods.
One of the best places in the country for a spot of rockpooling, the rock pools here are teeming with life such as limpets, sea anemones, crabs and starfish.
Moorland, woods, cycle trails, historic houses, gardens and coast are all close to this maritime city.
Near Plymouth there are a variety of cycle trails for all abilities, great for getting active and making the most of the amazing countryside near the city.
A few of the best walks to enjoy during spring and early summer near Plymouth, taking in woodlland, coast and rivers.
Even with unpredictable weather there are still opportunities to get out and explore near Plymouth. There are big and small houses full of treasures; and with children’s trails you can uncover hidden history everywhere.