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A 5.4 mile moderate coastal walk along the South West Coast Path taking in a holy legend, a 6th century monastery, an 18th century eccentric and a 19th century engineer. There are rockpools on the beaches, remnants of shipwrecks, tales of smugglers...more
All reviews talland bay coastal path stunning views half way caught the bus closed due steep climb well worth the effort blue peter ups and downs bus service steep bits climbs and descents the cliff great scenery fishing village smugglers rest
The coastal path is a fantastic walk from Looe to Polperro or vice versa , you will need some good walking boots as it was quite wet and muddy in places, water as it’s a good two hour plus walk and your camera as the...More
We have done this walk several times, always from Polperro, where we got by bus to Looe. From Looe we took the train back to Liskeard. It is a slow and a bit old-fashioned train but very charming.
The walk itself is full of beautiful...More
Firstly I am morbidly obese and completely unfit and 100% loved this walk! We were staying at a campsite near to Talland so decided to do the SW coastal path onto Looe.
It is a very varied section of path with steep steps, hills and...More
What a beautiful day we had , we walked from polperro to looe , the start was a delightful meander past some quaint little cottages above the harbour , then it got a bit steep and got the pulses racing for a bit , once...More
From Looe there is a fairly steep uphill walk for about 20 mins. Inevitably this is followed by a downhill to Talland Bay where the beach side cafe offers welcome refreshments.
then more uphill from Talland Bay and a good clifftop stroll to Looe. When...More
I’m 75 and I did it last month. There are some pretty steep parts and lots of stairs but the views are well worth the hike. Not a problem for the youngsters. Stop in Talland Bay for an ice cream. Be sure to take water!