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Disabled Holidays in Looe

Looe harbour, Cornwall

Perched on dual hillsides overlooking the south Cornwall coast, the beautiful seaside town of Looe has been attracting visitors since Victorian times.

Looe is best known for its alluring combination of sandy shoreline and picturesque harbour, both of which burst with colour and activity and offer loads to do for all ages. The main beach is right next to the town and provides soft, golden sands at a gentle slope. Popular with bathers and sun-worshippers, it’s backed by a convenient selection of shops and cafes. Visitors with mobility requirements can enjoy full access via purpose-built beach wheelchairs, available from the Looe Town Trust.

The nearby Looe Harbour is a hive of activity, with fishing boats bringing in their catches for use at the town’s market, fish and chip shops and gourmet restaurants. The harbour also serves as the setting-off point for your own personal fishing trip or a local pleasure cruise. The most popular takes visitors around Looe Island, a former holy pilgrimage site that now acts as a self-contained nature reserve. It’s home to a plethora of wildlife, including cormorants, oystercatchers and – best of all – a grey seal colony that enjoys basking on the rocks.

You can see more exotic creatures at the Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary, just four miles west of town, where apes and monkeys rescued from all over the world are looked after by dedicated staff. It’s also worth checking out Looe Museum, which is housed in the 15th-century guild hall and gaol. Inside you’ll be treated to fascinating displays about the town’s history, focusing on fishing, boat building and smuggling.

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