Polperro one of cornwall most enchanting fishing villages in Cornwall, it is renown for its history of smuggling, once a small fishing harbor, with the traditional white washed cottages, now there is a very informative smuggling museum in one of the cottages. Polperro now welcomes fishing boats and pleasure crafts. Polperro is so popular as a favorite to visit, it has won the heart of photographers and artists, Polperro is a timeless experience of peace and serenity, just a beautiful experience.
Looe Looe is made up by east and west Looe with the looe river situated between the two in a deep valley, and linked with an old multi arched bridge . Popular with tourists and fishermen, the eastern quay is where the fishermen bring in the catch in , this includes shark. East Looe with is sandy beach and banjo pier, with a new life boat station. Looe famous for its tourism, where all the Cornish goodies can be found, pasties, fine restaurants, fishing sailing and coastal walks the spectacular Taland to Polperro. places to visit nearby woolly monkey sanctuary, Looe a great place to explore.
Lands end Cornwallis most westerly point of England, with its 200ft high granite cliffs, below he cliffs are rock formations of Enys Dodmanand the Armed Knight, these are rock formations left by the sea, in the distance you will see Long ships Lighthouse, it purpose to warn shipping away from the treacherous sea.Places to see Lands ends
Sennen Cove At the end of Whitsand Bay magnificent sweep stands the village of Sennen Cove on te ,hur and his battles. only four miles north away is Cape Cornwall, the only Cape in England.
Truo Truo the only city in Cornwall and the capital of Cornwall, has a fantastic history, dating back to the 13th century. Truo with its fine Georgian and Victorian properties, cobbled streets, narrow passage ways, a sheer delight to explore. Bustling streets with fine shopping and eateries, city of culture, the Royal Cornwall museum, fantastic to explore so make sure you take plenty of time. Truo takes its name from the three rivers that make up the river Truo, from here you can take the boat to Falmouth. Truo a place not to be missed, with perfect travel connections direct to most places. www.royalcornwallmuseum.org.uk/visiting-us