Serpentine rock gift shops clustered around village green with walks to lighthouse and lifeboat station at mainland Britains southernmost point
Looe is twinned with Quiberon (Breton: Kiberen) in Brittany, France.
Looe Tourist Information Centre, The Guildhall, Fore Street, East Looe, Cornwall PL13 1AA
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On the hilltop above East Looe lies Shutta, and beyond that the Sunrising housing estate and Looe Community Academy. Along the cliffs to the east is Plaidy Beach, and further on the bay and village of Millendreath with another gorgeous beach.
Cape Cornwall - National Trust headland - with parking
West Looe spreads west from the bridge on the Polperro Road towards Sclerder, and along the river south of the bridge, with hotels, restaurants and boarding houses along the waterfront and houses climbing the perilous cliff above, towards a cluster of shops and businesses and the Church of St. Nicholas.
One of Looe’s oldest buildings is the Old Guildhall in East Looe. It dates back to around 1500. It was formerly the town hall, but now houses the Museum. The present town hall is the Victorian Guildhall in Fore Street.
Vaults Beach a large remote shingle beach with some sand at low tide - National Trust parking close by
Tremaine Farm - Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
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Enjoy a drink in the bar
Brown Willy - the highest point in Cornwall.
The world's largest rainforest in captivity, stunning gardens and world-class sculptures.
Archeological evidence, such as the so-called Giant's Hedge and the stone circle at Bin Down (from the Cornish "Bin Dun", meaning "hill fort") on a hill above East Looe, indicates that the area around Looe was inhabited as early as 1000 BC.
It is worth visiting the harbour quay to watch the fishing boats coming in to unload their catches. The arrival of the small fishing fleet is a busy and colourful scene. Local fish can be found on the menus of many local restaurants. The banjo pier is a popular point from which to see the returning fishing trawlers at high tide. However it can be dangerous in bad weather.
Narrow streets, winding alleys, cottages overlooking the harbour when you visit this fishing village.
Callington - market town adjacent to Kitt Hill
Only 4 miles from the popular resort of Newquay
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Fantastic choice of caravan holiday homes including brand new models with double glazing and central heating.
Low-lying parts of Looe continue to suffer frequent flooding when the tides are very high. For practical reasons, most fishermen's houses in ancient Looe, like elsewhere along the south coast, were constructed with their living quarters upstairs and a storage area at ground level below: for boats, tools and fishing tackle, etc; these are termed "fishermen's cellars".
Talland Bay and Talland Bay Beach Cafe - secluded cove with three small shelterd beaches that are safe for swimming flanked by a rocky foreshore.
A small sandy beach only accessible at low tide.
The BIG Sheep is firmly established as one of the UKs most innovative and exciting family attractions. Hilarious and entertaining shows include the World Famous sheep racing, complete with woolly jockeys, Horse Whispering, Dog and Duck Trials. Plus, a great selection of slides and imaginative soft play climbing areas, tumble towers, mazes and obstacles in our MASSIVE indoor playarea
Beaches and Sand dune system - excellent family beaches - very popular surfing venue
This coming Saturday (18th June) is the start of the week long Polperro Music Festival. The festival includes a variety of live music, an arts a...Read more
Veryan is a historic and picturesque village located on the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall The village is always a popular stop off for holiday makers and visitors who come to see the five unique thatched Round Houses the mark the entrances to the village
Put your hands together for amazing Showtime shows including the exciting ‘Live Lounge Rock FM’ - new for 2016.
Liskeard - market town with main line railway station and the Scenic Liskeard / Looe line
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Luxury Historic Accommodation in East Looe
Caerhays Beach & Caerhays Castle Gardens a small picturesque beach with adjacent parking. Next to Caerhays Castle Gardens well known for their spring flowers
Looe - Family beach holidays and Fishing Port
Antony House Cornwall was the setting for Tim Burtons Alice in Wonderland - superb 25 acre landscaped gardens include a formal courtyard - home for the national collection of Hemerocallis
Say hello to the woolly monkeys in this beautiful woodland sanctuary.
Polruan - Fishing village on the River Fowey, opposite Fowey
There is a tradition of the townsfolk wearing fancy dress on New Year's Eve, when the streets are thronged with revellers in inventive outfits. Looe has been on the list of the top 10 places in the UK to celebrate New Year, and ranked third on the list for 2007-08. Looe is regenerating itself, like many other ports, to serve as a small cargo port. On the high ground north of East and West Looe there are many modern houses and a recreational area called 'the Downs'.