Polperro on the south-east coast
of Cornwall is a pituresque fishing village. Fishing was the main
economy but now it is tourism. The village is situated by the River
Pol and has many narrow streets and the harbour is surrounded by
Polperro Heritage Museum
Located at The Warren overlooking the harbour, collection of exhibits
and 19th century photographs, memorabilia from the 18th century,.
displays include more recent events such as storm damage, and a
rare archive film of pilchard fishing in the 1930s.
Held in June each year
3 miles from Polperro. An ideal spot if you want to get away from
everything. There are two small beaches in Talland Bay, one to the
west of the midpoint of the bay, near to the public toilets, has
sand with rockpools at low tide. The other beach is approx. 200m
to the east, it is less sandy and easiest to swim from at high tide.
The Cornwall Coast Path from here leads to Looe in the east – approx. 3 miles or to the west Polperro both giving great views.