Today’s post is all about the quaint fishing town of Looe located on the south coast of Cornwall, England.
I have a very strong connection to Looe as my boyfriend lives there and of course I have visited many times. Sam’s parents actually owns shops on the Looe’s high street. They have an online store which you can checkout here.
Scenic route around Looe
Luckily the day of which I decided to do a post about Looe (which was long overdue.) It was glorious sunshine and we decided to go for a lovely walk all around Looe and out to the headland on Hannafore. I didn’t take any pictures of the actual town centre with all of the shops (that can probably be for another blog post.) But of the scenic routes. The best views I think are from the bridge especially when the tide is in.
Looe also has a little island off of its coast which my boyfriend and I often go kayaking around. Off the coast of the island you will normally find a seal colony which is amazing to see up close. If you want to see pictures of the seals I will link my blog post I did about them here.
Don’t worry though if you don’t have a kayak or a boat there is local glass bottom boats that in the summer season take tourists out to the island to see the seals.
Looe is a lovely town to visit for a day. There is a soft sand safe beach and lovely walks for when the weather is good. However, if the weather isn’t great there are lots of small independent shops to have a browse in. I hope you enjoyed this little blog post all about Looe.
Lots of love, Melissa x