Looe is divided by the Looe River into East Looe and West Looe which are joined by a long, multi-arch bridge. This page has photos of the river and waterfront first in East Looe then in West Looe, I meant to take more in the town but that wasn't easy as we had 3 dogs with us on a busy day!
A lane in East Looe, some of the roads aren't much wider! It's a lovely little town with a surprisingly good variety of shops and plenty of interesting nooks and crannies!
The harbour section of the river looking up river from near the fish market - Looe is still a busy fishing port.
Two views from East Looe across the river to West Looe.
Looking down river from the bridge with a forest of masts and flag poles on the left and West Looe on the right.
Looking down river from near the same spot with East Looe across the harbour.
Some views across the little boating lake.
The river, like the town, splits into East and West, the rivers meet just above the boating lake, this photo looks towards the East Looe River.
Almost hidden in the woods at the point the rivers meet is this house.
Looe is fortunate to still have a branch line linking the town with the mainline at Liskeard, in these photos a single carriage train runs along by the river and then stops in the station.
The West Looe River flows through a delightful wooded valley, seen in these two photos.
Near to Looe is the village of Seaton which has a good beach which had plenty of space for all even on a sunny August day.
Visit our Travel Centre for train, ferry and tunnel bookings.
This site was last updated 15/07/2012