South West Coastal Path
Where else can you walk along 630 miles of such superb coastline? The heritage, wildlife, geology and scenery along the way are truly inspirational and every day walking it brings stunning new experiences.Visit Site
Looe harbour is one of the most picturesque fishing villages in Cornwall. Its greatest attraction is the lovely sandy beach which borders the harbour shops and cafes.Visit Site
National Marine Aquarium
Visit the UK's largest aquarium and be amazed at the fascinating underwater world and how we all play a part in conserving it.Visit Site
Plymouth Hoe is the natural heart of Plymouth with its stunning views of one of the most perfect natural harbours in the world.Visit Site
Set in beautiful woodland overlooking the picturesque Cornish Coast, The Monkey Sanctuary has been offering a safe home for monkeys in need since 1964. Much more than just monkeys, they offer a great day out for the whole family.Visit Site
Pronounced Foy to rhyme with joy. Situated on the south coast of Cornwall between Looe and Mevagissey, Fowey is not only an historic town but also a commercial seaport.Visit Site
Polperro, a few miles along the coast from Looe, is an enchanting jumble of cottages, each one unmistakably the work of a Cornish fisherman.Visit Site
Talland Bay is a small and quiet place midway between Looe and Polperro. Here you can explore the rockpools, take a dip in the sea or sit back with a cream tea and watch the waves go by.Visit Site
Quayside Fresh is a traditional Cornish Farm Shop & Butchery based in the beautiful Cornish port of East Looe, located in a fabulous position adjacent to the harbour side. Quayside Fresh prides itself on sourcing the finest local Cornish produce and groceries. As well as supplying fresh fruit and vegetables and a CafÃ© serving fresh, creative dishes and great coffee!Visit Site
Purely Cornish Farm Shop and Deli
Purely Cornish is a family run Farm Shop and Deli based in Looe, Cornwall. They specialise in Cornish produce and Cornish shopping, visit the shop or browse the website to create your own bespoke Cornish food and drink hamper - you can even make one for your pets!Visit Site
Tredinnick Farm Shop and Tea Room
Tredinnick Farm Shop and Tea Room is situated on the outskirts of Looe. If you're staying locally or passing through pop in for a Cornish cream tea or a hearty cooked breakfast! The farm shop offers great local produce, meats, beer wines and spirits, pet food, fresh fruit and veg and lots of Cornish goodies.Visit Site
The Sardine Factory
Innovative and modern coastal cuisine served in the historic fishing port of Looe. Using the freshest of day boat fish from Looe market opposite the restaurant the food philosophy is to keep it simple and fresh, let the ingredients do all the talking!Visit Site
Old Sail Loft Restaurant
One of the oldest buildings in Looe, still largely preserved in its original form, the cellar and loft are known to date back at least 450 years. The Old Sail Loft is one of the top Restaurants in Looe, located overlooking the harbour, they specialise in steaks & fresh local fish from the quay, a`la carte and bistro.Visit Site
There's so much to do here with a 50 metre high zipwire, giant swing 150 feet above the lake, an aquapark with Wipeout and Go Karting. A great day out for all the family.Visit Site
Home to Trelawne Manor Holiday Park is the seaside town of Looe, where the bustling fishing harbour and sandy beaches make a perfect UK holiday destination.
Looe in South East Cornwall is extremely popular with holiday makers and is divided into two distinct parts, East & West Looe. East Looe is the main area for tourists with a collection of shops, cafes and pubs. West Looe is across the seven-arched Victorian bridge; you can explore the rock pools on the beach and look across to St George's, or Looe Island.
Keeping visitors entertained all year round Looe has lots to offer when you are on your Cornwall caravan holidays. Take a trip to the main beach with miles of golden sand, safe swimming spots, regular sun traps and easily accessible from the town.
The South West Coast Path also passes through Looe plus numerous other walks in the beautiful Cornish countryside.
If you are interested in the history of Looe, head down to the Looe Museum which houses a collection of smuggling memorabilia, model boats and everything you need to know about the town’s railway heritage.
Fishing is big business in Looe and with organised fishing trips visitors can try their hand with a rod and line. In the evening you can watch the boats return to the quayside and enjoy fine dining and fresh fish in local restaurants. The town prides itself on its fresh fish and offers a range of gourmet menus or award winning fish and chips.
Holiday Homes for Sale at Trelawne Manor
A 15th Century Manor House sits at the heart of this lively park. Come and meet Freddy and the gang or enjoy a star studded cabaret in Squires. If you prefer a gentler pace of life - walk the gardens, have a game of tennis or play croquet on the lawn.Learn More About Ownership