Activities

rockpooling in Looe

If you fancy a challenge try our trail around Whitsand Bay, or discover the wild beauty around Struddicks, just up the hill from Millendreath. We have a choice of walks between Looe and Polperro to keep you busy as well as a rollercoaster of a trail from Polperro around to Polruan.

Geocaching

Geocaching is a great way to combine technology with a good old fashioned treasure hunt. We've hidden caches all around, so all you need is a GPS device or a smart phone to get started. Every time you find the treasure trove, choose something from the stash and leave something else for the next person.
 
Register on the geocaching website and then record each find.
 

Rockpooling

With so many beaches from Whitsand to Polperro you're spoilt for choice of where to go rock-pooling. Once the tide has ebbed back you'll find a world in miniature to explore. Under the seaweed forest look out for starfish, snails, small fish as well as molluscs, barnacles and anemones.
 
We like to see what we can find at Portnadler, Hannafore, Talland and Polperro.
 
Where are your favourite rock-pooling places? Post your pictures on our Facebook page.
 

Surfing

The south coast of Cornwall is not always thought of for riding the waves, but the long bay at Whitsand, which faces south west, is very popular surfers.
  • Break - 7km of beach breaks
  • Swell - SE to W
  • Wind - North Easterly
  • Tide - All tides
  • Get the latest from Magic Seaweed
 

Swimming

Sharrow at Whitsand Bay has seasonal lifeguards and miles of wide open beaches when the tide is out

Fishing

Dig out your rod and reel and head for the coast or jump on one of the boat trips from Looe and Polperro.

50 things to do before you're 11 ¾

Grab a 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾ book and get going on your very own adventure.
 
We love No.8 catch a fish in a net and No.28 climb a huge hill.
What are your favourites?
 

Have a safe day out

  • To make the most of your visit, please be aware of these safety tips
  • Stout footwear is advisable as many paths can be muddy
  • Be aware of dangerous cliff edges and unstable cliffs
  • Currents and winds can make swimming hazardous
  • Be aware of the state of the tide. Don't get cut off by rising water
  • Keep children supervised
  • Avoid getting between farm animals and their young
  • Please keep your dog under close contol when livestock are present
  • If ponies or cows approach let your dog off the lead