Voted the UK’s best coastal resort, look no further than Looe for a perfect family day out in Cornwall. In and out of season there’s plenty to do - from exploring the delightful narrow streets of the town to hiking the SouthWest Coast path and catching your tea aboard an angling trip.
Looe is a fisherman’s paradise where you’ll find several angling tours down on the harbour and, for the more adventurous, a shark angling tour. There are also a number of shoreline boat excursions to choose from so you can discover the coast from the water and finish a summer day with a BBQ on Looe Beach with its panoramic views.
Explore South-East Cornwall by train with links to West and inland Cornwall as well as to Newquay and Plymouth. Or travel back in time on the Looe to Liskeard train taking you through the Looe East Valley, an area of outstanding beauty.
Part of the South West Coast Path, the Looe, Talland and the Giant’s Hedge 7.4 mile walk is a wonderfully varied circular route taking you through the wooded estuary of the West Looe River and finishing in Liskeard.
A summer’s eve stroll around Looe harbour. Watch the sun go down on Banjo Pier then take a turn around the enchantingly lit harbour – the perfect way to end the day.