Local Attractions

Daisy Park is perfectly appointed for getting out and about.


Looe, a beach town, keeps visitors amused all year while maintaining a thriving fishing port. In the evening, stand on the quayside and watch the boats return before feasting on fresh fish at a nearby restaurant. The town takes pride in its fresh fish, and whether you’re seeking for award-winning fish and chips beside the river or gourmet meals in chic restaurants overlooking the port, you won’t be disappointed.

Looe is a fantastic spot to walk off all that food. The South West Coast Path runs through town, and there are several treks in the surrounding countryside or along the two rivers that flow inland.


The tiny port of Polperro is located just south of Looe. A glut of touristic souvenir stores fails to detract from this beautiful old Cornish fishing hamlet, whose small alleys and pretty houses remain unquestionably appealing. In the summer, many of the houses are covered in a profusion of flowers, and the alleys are so tiny that automobiles are prohibited, making Polperro a wonderful area to explore on foot.

There are stores offering paintings, ceramics, jewellery, and a variety of other items for visitors. There are also newsagents, bakers, and other stores supplying daily necessities. There are also galleries and exhibits of arts and crafts. Every year in June, Polperro has an Arts Festival. The Water Carnival and the Furry Festival are two more community activities.


Millendreath is the ideal spot to unwind and gaze out over the sea or valley.
If you’re seeking for the ideal Cornwall vacation, go no further than Millendreath Beach Resort in Looe.

Nestled in a 90-acre Cornish valley, with 65 acres of forest to the north and a beach (owned by the resort) to the south, we offer the ideal location to spend some quality time away with those you care about. Millendreath is also an ideal location for those looking to explore Cornwall, since it is located on a magnificent stretch of the southwest coastal route and everything is within easy driving distance.


This wonderful family beach with a variety of restaurants, parking, and facilities is located in a calmer region of Cornwall to the east of Looe. It provides all you need for a fantastic day out, including a huge beach of sand and tiny pebbles near the entrance to the Seaton Valley Country Park, which is home to species like as otters, kingfishers, dormice, and fritillary butterflies and is readily accessible through a flat trail.

The beach is popular with dog owners and shore anglers, and it is one of the few beaches in this section of Cornwall with strong surfing waves. The younger ones may have fun paddling and splashing around in the river that flows across the beach. There is also a playground.

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