Looe is situated on the South Coast of Cornwall, between Plymouth and Fowey.
Looe has been popular with tourists for many years. It is still a major fishing port and is one of the most picturesque fishing villages in Cornwall.
Its greatest attraction is the lovely sandy beach which borders the harbour shops and cafes.
There are many boats that offer fishing trips for the whole family. Why not visit Looe Island, now owned by Cornwall Wildlife Trust and managed as a nature reserve. There are boats from Looe Harbour to the island most days during the tourist season.
Looe is divided into East Looe and West Looe by the bridge, over the tidal river. Looe Harbour Office is on the East Looe side of the river.
Should you require any information about Looe Harbour that is not available on our website please do contact the Harbour Office on (+44) 1503 262839. Opening hours 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, closed for lunch 12-1pm.
Chief Executive / Harbour Master
Contact: 07918 728 955
VHF: Channel 14