Pick up your beach towel, don your wellies or walking boots and embrace the great outdoors. Come rain or shine there’s nothing better than getting some fresh air before heading back to Clipper house Holiday Accommodation for a meal or evening with friends.

Seaton Beach

A haven for dogs and families, explore Seaton Beach just to the east of Looe. There are plenty of places to eat, car parking is available.

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Looe Island

The island is run as a nature sanctuary by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust. In the summer months there is a ferry service, weather and tides permitting.

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Millendreath Beach

Close to the resort town of Looe is Millendreath Beach. A south facing beach Millendreath lies at the foot of a wooded valley in a sheltered cove that during low tide has pleasant soft sands and numerous rock pools to explore.

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Talland Bay

Nestled between Looe and Polperro, Talland bay has two small beaches, perfect for rockpooling for the children and relaxing for the adults at Talland Bay Beach Cafe.

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Looe to Polperro

Walk the coastal path from Looe to Polperro, enjoy a lunch or cream tea and stroll back. At just over 4 miles it should take about 1.5 hours.

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Lantivet Bay

If you like getting outside and loosing yourself in open country and coastal views, then Lantivet is for you. There are several little coves to explore along this coastline, mostly quiet, calm and off the beaten track.

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Ring of Stones, Bodmin

A group of three ancient stone circles located on the southern edge of Bodmin Moor. The Moors are remote, rugged and dominated with dramatic granite tors.

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We Recommend

We have put together a few of our favourite finds and friends we have here in Looe & the surrounding area. From places to see, shop, eat and secret treasures.