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Your Holiday Itinerary for Looe

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The Guildhall Museum and Gaol, built in the 16th century, houses remnants of the past -- shipbuilding materials, minerals collection, prison cells, and magistrate’s benches. The Old Sardine Factory Grab a quick lunch at the Old Sardine Factory, now converted to a cafe and restaurant, Looe’s newest attraction in the west sideThis Victorian building was recently rehabilitated to become the town’s heritage site, equipped with a massive coastline exhibition and a virtual reality booth featuring the smuggling and fishing life of the pastTo get your body warmed up for adventures, try the center’s wall climbing, too. Talland Bay Now, it’s time for real outdoor adventuresJumping from the sardine factory, head to the picturesque Talland Bay, also in the westThe view of the twin coves is so captivating you can’t stop snapping photosIn Talland, you’ll also see the intriguing 18th-century church filled with vicar stories.

The Guildhall Museum and Gaol, built in the 16th century, houses remnants of the past -- shipbuilding materials, minerals collection, prison cells, and magistrate’s benches. The Old Sardine Factory Grab a quick lunch at the Old Sardine Factory, now converted to a cafe and restaurant, Looe’s newest attraction in the west side



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Exploring the Cornish Coastline with the Best Coasteering Locations

Sara
Try Cornish Holiday Cottages for the best choice of holiday homes in the areaWatch out for the tides here as the Fal estuary floods in and out from the sea a few times a daySo it's sensible to go on a coasteering tour with a local company who can show you the best spots and ensure safety and enjoyment of this magical coast. Lizard Peninsula

The Lizard Peninsula is home to some of Cornwall’s spectacular sceneries including the Mullion Cave surrounded by stacks of imposing volcanic rock in their foreboding black colour, lapped by warm waters down below. If you’re feeling adventurous, try your luck diving just off the Manacles rocks and feel the eeriness of the shipwrecks in the area. Whirlpools, jagged cliffs, and waterline caves abound.

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