Looe Visitor Attractions

Walk to Polperro

Walk to Polperro Looe is a wonderful bustling fishing village with quaint shops, world class restaurants with a stunning child friendly sandy beach.

Looe has a lovely old fashion charm and is accessible to many of Cornwall’s main tourist attractions. Many beautiful coastal walks can be taken directly from Looe where olde worlde pubs can be found on many of the Looe coastal trails. Many little pudding cottage, holiday guests enjoy taking the National Trust coastal walk from Looe to Polperro, Cornwall.


The Monkey Sanctuary

The monkey sanctuary set in lovely woodland and within a few miles of Looe. The sanctuary provides a safe environment for many species of monkeys and delivers a fun family day out. You have the opportunely to meet some wonderful monkey residents and wildlife inhabitants.

Wild Futures’ Monkey Sanctuary
Murrayton House,
St Martins,
Cornwall, PL13 1NZ   

monkey sanctuary

 Things to do

Little Pudding Holiday guests love the beautiful coastal walk from Looe to Polperro and if the tide is in your favour, you can get one of the fishing boats back from Polperro. Guests often visit Fowey and Charlestown a little way down the coast, which takes about 20 minutes in the car.

Then visits Mevagissey an attractive old town that was once the centre of the pilchard fishing industry. Staying at Little pudding Cottage, you can easily spend your holidays visiting outstanding Cornish locations and the many visitor attractions. Little pudding Cottage, is perfect place for romantic short break holidays.


Eden Project

The Eden Project is around twenty miles from Looe in Cornwall and takes 40 minutes’ drive. Here you can explore the many of the world of plants. You can walk through the amazing jungle seeing all the plant life in the Humid Tropical Biome and explore the plant life of South Africa, the Mediterranean and California in the Warm Temperate Biome.

Eden Project

PL24 2SG


enden project

Lost Gardens of Heligan

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey in Cornwall, are one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK. The gardens are typical of the 19th century Gardenesque style with areas of different character and in different design styles.

 The Lost Gardens of Heligan

PL26 6EN


lost gardens


The holiday cottage is located in a quiet and peaceful lane in East Looe and a short 2 minute walk to the town centre of Looe. At the end of the lane, you can explore many quaint shops and take a walk along banjo pier looking out for the huge barrel jellyfish, which are often seen in the crystal emerald sea water.

The town of Looe has the harbour and beach with sailing and fishing boats along with great food restaurants. What is the point of being miles away from anything and having to drive everywhere? Along the lane you can walk straight to the sandy beach or go on a fishing trip or sightseeing excursions or try your hand at crabbing from the harbour walls.