Further along the coast path is the village of Polperro, with its wide choice of restaurants and taverns, 'smugglers' cottages and the harbour.
In the other direction the path leads past the Monkey Sanctuary towards the villages of Seaton and Downderry.
A lovely view to wake up to in the morning while camping in Looe.
Archeological evidence, such as the so-called Giant's Hedge and the stone circle at Bin Down on a hill above East Looe, indicates that the area around Looe was inhabited as early as 1000 BC.
Low-lying parts of Looe suffer frequent flooding when the tides are very high. For practical reasons, most fishermen's houses in ancient Looe, like elsewhere along the south coast, were constructed with their living quarters upstairs and a storage area at ground level below for boats, tools and fishing tackle, etc.
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