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Cornwall Towns

Your Holiday Itinerary for Looe

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Away from the daily mumblings of the English city life, Looe is the perfect coastal refuge when in Cornwall. This 5000-strong town is more than a dainty village; it is filled with historic churches and harbour sights you can calmly enjoy. Here’s a holiday guide for your next Looe trip. Pick your Cottage Exploring this small fishing village can get rather tiring. Your first agenda, therefore, is to get settled in your cottage. Looe offers a selection of delightful cottages around the harbour, from a nice rustic dwelling with the romantic fireplace to the modern holiday house facing the sea.

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Exploring the Cornish Coastline with the Best Coasteering Locations

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The rugged Cornish coastline is home to one of the most famous outdoor adventures of not only Britons but also international travellers. The art of coasteering allows you to explore the untamed beauty of the Cornish coastline, climb up steep and jagged-faced cliffs, jump into and swim in the water, and explore the various caves dotting the cliffscape. It’s the perfect adventure for the adrenaline-junkie as well as those who would like to try something totally different. If the culinary world has its surf ‘n turf, this is its adventure equivalent.

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Experiencing Fowey and All Its Glory

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Fowey is one of those small picturesque towns in England which is not at all familiar to so many people compared to, say, London, Bath or Liverpool. But if you are the kind of traveller who really wants to breathe in the real British air, Fowey is one of those small picturesque towns in England which you must visit on your next holiday getaway.

And to give you great reasons why this is a wonderful vacation hotspot, do continue reading below:
Fowey Has an Amazingly Rich History
Granted, most places in the British Isles do have an amazingly long history.

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