Our TOP 10 South West Beaches

3) East Looe Beach, South Cornwall:
Facilities: Car park, toilets, café, restaurants, shops, disabled access & sand chairs
Dogs: Not permitted
Lifeguard Cover: None

This accessible beach in the town of Looe is particularly popular with families. It is spacious and sandy and is just minutes away from the cafes, restaurants and shops. The beach is best at low tide and provides a safe area for swimming due to its gentle slope into the water. Dogs are not permitted at all on the beach. There are toilets and a car park nearby plus sand chairs are available to hire for those with disabilities who would like to enjoy some time on the beach. The unusual Banjo Pier sits at one end and is a great place to watch the fishing boats coming in and out of the harbour. East Looe is a fantastic “bucket & spade” beach, fun for all the family and within easy reach of the town’s facilities. Where better to enjoy an ice cream and a paddle!

For a wonderful seaside stay, try The Old Barbican or Seator which overlooks the beach.

We’re nearly there, with just 2 beaches left to go. Can you guess which beach has made our number one holiday spot?

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