Tourist attractions that are nearest to LOOE.
From here you can follow the fascinating waymarked Deerpark Trail, or explore the woodlands at your own leisure by bike or on horse back. Please note: The car park will be closing for a short period ...
The Port of Fowey is a natural deep water harbour nestled in the picturesque southern coastlines of Cornwall. Commercially, Fowey is an important china clay port, exporting over a million tonnes...
One of a pair of small artillery forts built by Henry VIII in the 1530s to defend Fowey Harbour, consisting of two storeys with gun ports at ground level.
This well-preserved and impressive Neolithic 'dolmen' burial chamber stands 2.7 metres (8.9 ft) high. There are five standing stones, surmounted by a huge capstone.
Two richly carved pieces of a 9th-century 'Celtic' cross, with an inscription commemorating Dumgarth, British King of Dumnonia, who drowned c. AD 875.
Built in c. 1300, the great circular shell-keep of Restormel survives in good condition. It stands on an earlier Norman mound surrounded by a deep dry ditch, atop a high spur beside the River Fowey.
Three fine late Neolithic or early Bronze Age stone circles arranged in a line, a grouping unique in England.
This charming and almost complete well-house of c. 1500 stands over an ancient holy well, believed to cure whooping cough. Built of granite blocks, it houses the remains of an immersion bath for cure-seekers.
Large woodland garden created since the early 19th century by the Carlyon family, concentrating on species from warm, temperate zones.
Callywith Tearooms is one of the most picturesque cafes in Cornwall. Nestled amidst the thickly forested slopes of Cardinham Woods, the tearooms offer cream teas, home-made cakes, and soups, as well ...