Looe’s heritage and history centres around it’s harbour and the industries of fishing, farming and indeed tourism. Looe has a mixed identity, largely due to the river which divides it into East Looe and West Looe, both of which are connected by a historic arched bridge.
West Looe is quieter with less bustle, yet with a superb choice of harbour inns, accommodation and the odd specialist arts shop. East Looe is where the crowds head, with the good beach on this side, wonderful specialist arts and crafts shops, and numerous family cafés, restaurants, fish and chips and more!
There are glorious coastal walking and beaches not just around Looe but in the surrounding picture postcard villages of Polperro. There are opportunities for scuba diving and fishing or pleasure boat trips (particularly out to off shore Looe Island) and sailing on Looe River.
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