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Looe 08-10-2007 | by Karen Roe
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Looe 08-10-2007

The Olde Twin Towns of Looe East & West Looe are connected by the Victorian seven arch bridge just seaward from where the east and west Looe Rivers meet, flowing out to sea through the harbour where the fishing boats land their catch, the river then goes out past the banjo pier to the sea leaving the sandy east Looe beach.


The fishing town of Looe has the second largest fish market in Cornwall so you can be sure of some of the freshest fish on Looe's Restaurants. Book a table at a restaurant, Stay in Looe's fine holiday accommodation & dine at the excellent award winning restaurants Looe has to offer, it can get very busy at times. With the freshest day landed fish, shellfish Fowey mussels, Lobster and crab, the finest local Cornish meats, cheeses, farm produce along with fine Cornish wines and real ales.



Looe loves foodies! Foodies love Looe!

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Taken on October 8, 2007