An Autumn first visit to this popular Cornish fishing port.
This is Hessenford Mill dating from the 13th century just outside Looe. We stopped here for lunch in the village pub.
The view up the East Looe river estuary from the large town car park
Fishing boats tied up on the East Looe quayside
Another view showing the town bridge linking East and West Looe.
West Looe Quayside
Another view up the river
The beach and harbour entrance.
The beach was pretty deserted. Imagine a mid summers day!
The coastline to the east of Looe.
An information board showing the layout of the town.
Sparkling water in the late afternoon sun.
Turnstones having a bath.
They are well camouflaged on the rocks.
Walking back into the town on the west bank.
A bit of sun on the fishing fleet.
The fishing boats on the east bank.
The town centre in East Looe.