A Cornish holiday – Fishing ports

I was so very charmed by the fishing towns and villages we’ve visited in Cornwall on our recent holiday. Both on the south and north coast, we found tiny little places, so picturesque and quaint, sitting like jewels in hidden coves with turquoise waters. I loved wandering around their winding -and sometimes very steep- streets and found that watching the fishing boats come and go is greatly relaxing. I also really appreciated being able to practically see my lunch being unloaded from the fishing boat, carried a few dozen steps to the pub kitchen and shortly after that arrive at our table. Fish and seafood, as fresh as it gets!

Here are some pictures from Looe (which is where we stayed), Polperro, Port Isaac, and Padstow. I think all are places worth visiting if you are ever in Cornwall.

Cornish fishing ports @ alittleadventure.net

Cornish fishing ports @ alittleadventure.net

Cornish fishing ports @ alittleadventure.net

Cornish fishing ports @ alittleadventure.net

Cornish fishing ports @ alittleadventure.net

Cornish fishing ports @ alittleadventure.net

Cornish fishing ports @ alittleadventure.net

Cornish fishing ports @ alittleadventure.net

Cornish fishing ports @ alittleadventure.net

Pics 1,2,8,9: Polperro
Pics 3,4,7: Looe
Pic 5: Padstow
Pic 6: Port Isaac

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