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An inspirational South West Coast Path walk for those who don’t mind a challenge, this route takes in an important 1200 years old ancient boundary wall. This varied walk wanders through the wooded estuary of the West Looe River before crossing the...more
We went to Talland Bay for the first time, attracted by a winter break offer, to celebrate a big birthday. Everything exceeded our expectations. Our room was large and had french windows opening onto the harden and the sea. We spent a very comfortable night...More
An excellent walk with beautiful views right next to the beach! Just before the walk there is a lovely Cornish Caffè with nice views of the beach. The walk is nice and peaceful although it is whether permitting and dependent on fitness though! My only...More
We went there mid friday morning and it was great playing with the dog on the beach until we had a sit down on the beach after the paddle to discover a terrible smell which was putting others off too. It got so bad we...More
Gorgeous beach, peaceful and not too busy, beautiful views from the surrounding hills. Access is narrow but there is a car park at the bottom so easy to access with young children. Lovely cafe next to beach with good selection of refreshments and ice creams.
very small beach, very smelly and water looked dirty nearly everyone had at least one dog and some people had up to four, parking very expensive and not worth the money.
All sorts of disgusting debris on the beach natural and man made. can not...More
Rather than walk all the way to Talland Bay we had a lovely walk through the woods. The start is at the end of the car park past the amusements in Looe.(over the bridge from East Looe, turn right)
There are various paths through the...More
We started in Looe and walked through the forest to Giant’s Hedge and on to Talland Bay before heading into the Southwest Coastal Path back to Looe.
The walk is circular and clicks in at around 12k. There are a variety of settings such as...More