Portloe is a stunning fishing village, located on the Roseland Peninsula, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Once a hot spot for smugglers in the 18th century because of its remoteness, the village is steeped in history, has a small sandy beach and beautiful coastal walks to nearby Carne beach and Portholland.
Dine at The Lugger restaurant, where its original inn keeper was sent to the gallows for smuggling French Brandy. Wander through the winding streets lined with old fishermens cottages and picturesque gardens. Perch on the clifftop and watch the local fishermen bring in their daily catch.
Dine at The Lugger, where the original inn keeper was sent to the gallows for smuggling in French Brandy. Or visit nearby restaurants The Ship Inn and New Inn.
Portloe welcomes dogs all year round on its beaches, as well as its neighbouring beach Portholland, which you can access from the South West Coast Path.
The beach has level access. The small car park is at the top of the hill. Toilets are located next to the beach. There are no RNLI Lifeguards on duty.
Newquay airport around 60 minute drive away. Trains run daily into St Ives.