Choosing hot tub breaks in Looe will bring you to a busy fishing port with one of the largest fishing fleets in Cornwall, so a great place to sample freshly caught sea food. It’s also home to some lovely family beaches and a fabulous coastline. This is a place to slow down and relax or have an action packed holiday, it’s entirely up to you.
Families will love the lovely sandy beach at East Looe which has been a long-time favourite and great for swimming with a gently shelving slope allowing easy access for everyone. The sand is perfect for building sand castles and along the promenade there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy an ice cream and watch the world go by. From the unusually shaped Banjo Pier you can watch the fishing boats coming and going and when the tide goes out crabbing along the harbour walls is a popular activity for children.
West Looe beach has a rocky coastline so great for rock pooling at low tide and snorkelling at high tide. There are great views over to Looe Island as well as facilities such as tennis, bowling, a pub, hotel and cafe so lots to keep everyone happy.
Boat trips leave from the town and are a great way to explore the coast and visit Looe Island, a wildlife sanctuary just off Hannafore Point managed by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust. If you jump aboard one of the glass bottomed boats you can spot marine life swimming below.
The town is a vibrant place with a colourful maritime history to discover as you wind your way through the quaint narrow streets. Traditional fishermen cottages still have slate ground floors once used for storing fishing equipment. The centre is home to a variety of shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs perfect to sample the local food and drink. To learn more about Looe’s history visit Looe Museum, the building was once the local gaol, Magistrates Court and Guildhall so interesting in its own right.
There’s some fabulous walking along the South West Coast Path, particularly popular is the route west to Polperro, not too hilly with fabulous views. You can try circular walks taking you through pretty countryside, towns and villages or venture along West Looe River to Kilminorth Woods and learn about its ancient past, spot a plethora of birdlife amidst a vast array of flora and fauna.
Hot tub breaks in Looe are very popular so make sure you book yours today.