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Best coastal walk

We have done this walk many times over many years whilst staying at Looe. It is well worth the... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Sightsee809159
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Bedfordshire UK
Breathtaking in more ways than one....

We are from Lincoln and We don't do/have hills :) Fantastic walk but if your only doing one way I... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Gary H
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Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
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A 5.4 mile moderate coastal walk along the South West Coast Path taking in a holy legend, a 6th century monastery, an 18th century eccentric and a 19th century engineer. There are rockpools on the beaches, remnants of shipwrecks, tales of smugglers...more
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Reviewed 2 days ago

We have done this walk many times over many years whilst staying at Looe. It is well worth the effort with a stop at Talland Bay and a meal at Polperro.

Thank Sightsee809159
Reviewed 2 days ago

We are from Lincoln and We don't do/have hills :) Fantastic walk but if your only doing one way I recommend the boat to Polperro (lovely around the Island) and walk back. The cafes at Talland are a perfect halfway recharging post. Enjoy

Thank Gary H
Reviewed 4 days ago

Easy to walk. Not possible with prams or wheelchairs. Nice sea views. Unfortunately a part is currently closed due to damage to the cliff path. Diversion partially signposted.

Thank skipschaf
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This walk was amazing! Not only is it good exercise the views are most certainly worth the hilly walk. Would highly recommendable if your in the area.

Thank Harriet B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were really looking forward to exploring the South West coastal path but had no idea how spectacular this particular stretch of coastline in. So glad our host at Captains Cottage recommended it. It took us about 2 hours ish, but took it steady and...More

Thank Linda_Carlton_50
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you only do one thing whilst visiting Looe or Polperro and time allows then this walk is highly recommended. We started at Looe on a fantastically sunny morning. The pathways are clearly marked and it is easy not to over exert yourself as you...More

Thank Jim B
Reviewed 1 week ago

As it was a lovely day we decided to take the coastal walk which is about 5 miles and not too taxing but be aware that there are couple of very steep hills en route and is slightly rugged in places

1  Thank PeteH8
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is one of the nicest walks I know of. We regularly stay in Looe and do this walk(although in the reverse order to to title). We make it a nice round trip by catching the bus from Looe, having a wander around Polperro and...More

1  Thank Traveltheuk
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice path with interesting views and a cafe half way along. Some indecision re final half mile to Polperro - a choice between a very steep climb or a walk hugging the coast which may be subject to some serious and dangerous erosion. We took...More

Thank oldruinlover
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had planned to walk this both ways but while enjoyable with lovely views one way was enough for us and after a pasty in Polperro we caught the bus back to looe.

Thank val r
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maria p
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25 May 2018|
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Response from Andrew P | Reviewed this property |
Yes I thinks so if they are capable of walking approx 5 miles
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mike p
14 May 2018|
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Response from Mossylog | Reviewed this property |
I’m 75 and I did it last month. There are some pretty steep parts and lots of stairs but the views are well worth the hike. Not a problem for the youngsters. Stop in Talland Bay for an ice cream. Be sure to take water!
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