Visiting Looe in Cornwall
The twin towns of East Looe and West Looe boast a wealth of history, separated by the River Looe the two towns has been owned and operated individually and together in the past, from as early as 1327, when the town’s names were first mentioned in text they have been a strong port and one of Cornwall’s largest.
As well as being a trading port Looe was also home to a large collection of fisherman and still is today, in fact, Looe is home to one of the largest fishing fleets on the Cornish coast today. This means that all the good restaurants in the town offer fantastic locally caught and as fresh as you’d like fish caught right on their door step.
While you are here you can enjoy some other great stables of Cornish food as well, there are several traditional bakers in the town offering wonderful Cornish pastry and what would a holiday be without freshly caught fish and chips and of course ice cream. Looe is home to some award winning ice cream which is great for ages.
A wonderful day can spent on the beautiful beach in Looe, the beach offers safe swimming during the day, sun bathing and a great place for any budding sandcastle builders to practice their craft, the beach is also just in front of the town so there is no need to carry a load of supplies with you, just pop across the road to one of the many shops and get whatever you may need.
There is so much more to do in Looe from water sports and boat trips to diving and snorkelling as well as beautiful walks around the coast, there is so much to see and do that you will never want to leave, of course you could also just sit in the pub with a glass of wine or pint of beer and relax, we are a fishing village after all!
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