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Wednesday 7th of February 2018

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Looe Bay Local Area

What do you wish to do whilst in Cornwall? Possibly visit a gorgeous garden, a gallery or museum, or something a little more energetic? Surfing lessons, boat trips, cliff walking, biking ... take your pick. Or if heritage and history is more your interest, you have lots to enjoy. Our historical houses, castles, galleries and World Heritage Sites are some of the best in the UK.

Looe Bay Local Area

Within 3 miles, is the fishing town of Looe. Looe has a large sandy coastline bordered by a boardwalk and unique Banjo shaped pier. As the tide declines this extends down the coast to the holiday town of Milendreath.  Milendreath offers a great sandy coastline to explore. The quieter beaches of Talland bay, Lansallos, Lantivet and Lantic Bay are all within 3 miles.  embeded in stunning country views with amazing sights of the Cornish coastline.

Looe

The angling community of Looe has one of the biggest fish markets in Cornwall. With the best fish, shellfish, lobster and crab landed daily. You can example the finest local Cornish meats, cheeses, ranch produce together with fine Cornish wines and genuine ales. Crabbing off the quay is a must. The children will enjoy it.

Looe is great for, shark fishing, coral reef fishing and mackerel fishing trips. These can be booked on the quay, the coastal course, Looe island.  Glass base boats see the seabed around Looe island. Beach and town cafés and olde worlde clubs offer great spots to relax. Looe has lot's to do. Ride the Looe to Liskeard train via the lovely eastern Looe valley.

Within the charming narrow streets of Looe, lies some quaint fisherman's cottages. The slate floors were utilised for the storage space of angling devices, with the home upstairs.

The old angling ports of Looe and Polperro are both within 3 miles.  The town of Looe is still an active working harbour with fish landed and offered daily. 

There is a great option of bars, cafés, dining establishments, stores, financial institutions and developing societies within the community. Polperro's streets are a tangle of previous fishermens and smugglers homes. They offer a working harbour, tiny stores and a good option of pubs and dining establishments. 

Within 6 miles is the coastal town of Polruan and the gorgeous harbour community of Fowey. These are situated within a woody valley at the entrance to the River Fowey with its selection of art galleries and restaurants. Deep sea fishing or mackerel fishing trips can be booked in any way these areas. Alternatively enjoy cruises along the Cornish coast.

Talland Bay

This tiny, rather bay pushes the coast course in between Polperro and Looe. It has a lovely beach with rock pools to explore, and a number of beach cafes.

Lantic Bay

This small, attractive bay gets on the shore path between Polperro and Polruan. It is a protected cove with white sands.

Bodmin Moor

The lovely, wild and unaffected landscape of Bodmin Moor is house to several beautiful towns.  This includes Minions, where you could see the significant Cheesewring and the mystical Hurlers stone circle. Here you will  also see wild horses and witness some spectacular sunsets.

Fowey Estuary

Fowey Estuary is a charming old port and historic seafaring town. Fowey safeguards the entry to the river where it takes its name. An eye-catching area with high, slim roads and alleys that lead down to one of the very best all-natural harbours along the south coast. Fowey exhibits a combination of architectural designs that range from Elizabethan to Edwardian. Fowey has a good variety of specific shops, galleries and dining establishments, and is attached to Bodinnick by vehicle ferry.

Polruan

About 6 miles from Polperro, the charming village of Polruan rests facing Fowey. It's improved the side of a hillside, with pretty cottages climbing high over the waterfront. A traveler ferry runs in between Polruan and Fowey.

Bodinnick

Bodinnick is a pretty hamlet that runs uphill far from the ferryboat slipway. It gives automobile and guest services throughout the river to Fowey. Near the slipway stands the house in which Daphne du Maurier lived before her marital relationship. This is where she composed her first novel, The Loving Spirit.