Plymouth is the only coastal city in the South West of England. The city is located between the River Plym and the River Tamar, the natural border between the stunningly beautiful counties of Devon and Cornwall.
It is an area steeped in history and has some of the most beautiful countryside and breath-taking coastline to be found in the UK.
You will be able to explore this maritime city with its magnificent harbour and historic Barbican waterfront. The city centre has a wide range of shops, cafes and restaurants and a newly designed shopping precinct. A few minutes’ walk from the school you will find Plymouth’s Central Park where the new Life Centre has an Olympic –sized swimming pool and diving facilities and is one of the county’s leading centres of sporting excellence. Plymouth is also home to some of the best music venues, theatres, pubs and clubs in the South West of England. Plymouth is also known around the world for hosting the Americas’ Cup and other sailing events.
A short drive from Plymouth you will find the ancient moorland of Dartmoor National Park with its stone-age relics and free roaming ponies; a paradise for walkers and nature enthusiasts. Nearby are numerous sandy beaches where you can surf, swim and enjoy other water sports. To the east of Plymouth is the rich landscape of the South Hams with its stunning scenery and numerous cultural heritage sites.
Plymouth is the perfect location for you to continue your English studies in a traditional, safe and clean environment.