Looe Island in Cornwall
Just off the coast lies Looe Island, for many years owned by two sisters. It is now, after their death, in the hands of Cornwall Wildlife trust. Operating as a nature reserve, it is possible to take a boat trip out to the Island for a look around during the main season
A trip to the island offers the opportunity to be escorted by a school of dolphins or watched by a grey seal. The islanders have become accustomed to the sea bringing them daily surprises-ranging from cannon balls to beach whales. Visits to the island normally last two hours, though can be longer depending on the tide. This gives ample time to explore the island and meet the locals to learn a little about the islands history and charm.
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