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Cornish fishing village. The beautiful twin rivers of East and West Looe meet and pass under a fine seven-arched stone bridge that connects the two towns.

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      22.07.2010 01:53



      Tourist view of Looe

      I have just has the most amazing holiday In hannefore which is on the outskirts of Looe. Our apartment had the most amazing sea views up the coast towards Plymouth. Looe is a pretty traditional cornish fishing village. West Looe and East Looe feature on both sides of the river and there is a bargin ferry man which costs 40p!!!! to get to each side depending on when the tide is in. West Looe feels more residential but has a good spar, londis and a butchers but the big world of tesco has not invaded yet. In East Looe there are many shops, eat places and array of places offering ice cream and cream teas. You definately wont be disappointed on the traditional cornish food items served in Looe. Although on both sides of the river I felt it lacked a few high quality eating places although Im sure it will do in time. The railway is amust to liscard for the secenery and the small musuem in Looe. The boat trips are good value and we took the one round looe island and then over to Polperro which is stunning and full of little shops. Looe is a place for all ages but be aware there are alot of steps and most of the accommodation is situated on the hill.


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