Visitor Attractions in Cornwall
Find the best visitor attractions in Cornwall. We are situated in easy walking distance from coastal walks, beaches and local villages in Looe Bay.
Tourist attractions in Cornwall
Our campsite in Looe offers a great place to discover tourist attractions in Cornwall. With so much to do in Cornwall it can be hard to plan your holidays. This page is designed to give you an idea of what to do and see in the local area. We hope you can fit as much as you can in to your stay because the local area is filled with great things to do and wonderful places to explore.
Firstly when you arrive at our camping site you will be automatically draw to our breath taking view. You may see trawlers in the bay with their days catch heading to Banjo Pier as they enter Looe Harbour. Whatever you see our view is sure to set your imagine into overdrive.
The Best Cornwall destinations
If you want to visit the best Cornwall destinations you can access these attractions from our camp site on Looe Bay. There are many local attractions and activities in Cornwall which are in easy reach of our campsite in Looe Bey. Local attractions include:
- Visiting Looe
- Walking In South East Cornwall
- Visiting Polperro
- Visiting Liskeard
- Bake Lakes Fishing
- The Monkey Sanctuary
- St Mellion Golf Course
- Eden Project
- Heligan Gardens
- Adrenalin Quarry
- National Trust Properties And Gardens
- Trips to Looe Island
Bay view farm is the perfect campsite location for exploring the costal paths and nearby beaches, turning left out of our entrance will take you to Bodigga cliff, a perfect place to have a seat and think continuing on down the road you will find Seaton beach, a perfect place for dog walkers.
If you are planning a visit to Cornwall, you may wish to read our Essential Guide to Visiting Cornwall. Please click one of the links below to discover the many attractions in Cornwall.
Turning right out of entrance also offers a great adventure, here you can enter the south coastal path to Black Rock Beach where you will find a café and water sports clubs. If you still have some energy left why not take a walk to Looe.
Looe is a quaint fishing village which has hideaway streets to explore, cafes serving delicious cream teas, the harbour and the beach. Further west along the coast are the wonderful fishing villages of Polperro and Mevagissey and the scenic sea port of Fowey, home of the renowned author Daphne du Maurier.
campsites in looe
Are you looking for campsites in Looe to explore visitor attractions in Cornwall. Once you get back to Bay View the next day you can take trip to the monkey sanctuary, or lay on the beach if you are tired, you will find the relaxed atmosphere here at Bay View Farm is shared throughout Cornwall; you are more than welcome to sit and enjoy the view all day if you would like.
For any more information regarding things to do and see in the local area or in Cornwall in general then do feel free to get in touch, we will be happy to answer any questions you have, whatever you decide to do while you are staying with us we really hope you have a lovely time.
Call 01503 265 922 for camping pod holidays and exploring visitor attractions in Cornwall.