Hannafore Beach


Found in the quaint seaside town of Looe on Cornwall’s south coast, Hannafore Beach is a wonderful site renowned for its large rock pools, breathtaking views of the coastline, and welcoming atmosphere for tourists. The majority of the beach is rocky, with some areas having coarse sand and shingle. During low tide, a large expanse of these rock pools becomes visible. With the abundance of marine life, including crabs, starfish, and anemones, the place has become a popular destination for families and nature lovers.

Beautiful views of Looe Bay and Looe Island, sometimes referred to as St. George’s Island, may be seen from Hannafore Beach. The island, which is only a short boat ride away, is a nature reserve that enhances the area’s picturesque appeal and offers chances to see animals, especially birds. The beach’s west-facing orientation gives it the ideal location for taking in breathtaking bay sunsets.

Hannafore Beach has handy amenities, including a promenade with benches, cafes, and public restrooms extending along the shoreline. There is parking close by, making it convenient for guests. A benefit for families vacationing with their furry friends is that the beach is pet-friendly, accepting dogs all year round.

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Looe, United Kingdom

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