Attractions in the Looe and Liskeard Area


  • Visitor Attractions

    • The Tamar Valley Donkey ParkThe Tamar Valley Donkey Park

      Gunnislake
      Donkey rides, adventure and toddlers’ playgrounds, nature trail, feed the rabbits, goats, ducks, pigs, lambs and calves. Disabled facilities.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Adrenalin QuarryAdrenalin Quarry

      Liskeard
      If you’re looking for things to do in Cornwall, try the UK’s biggest Zip Wire, largest Swing and fresh water Coasteering including the UK’s only Blob. We can be found just off the A38 at Menheniot, between Liskeard and Saltash in East Cornwall.

    • CoteheleCotehele

      Calstock
      This medieval house takes time to explore, and you should plan to arrive early and spend a day here. A restaurant, tea room, shop, plant sales and craft gallery will help you make the most of your visit. A National Trust property.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Jamaica InnJamaica Inn

      Bolventor, Bodmin Moor
      Built in 1750 as a coaching inn, weary travellers would stay at the Inn after having crossed the wild and treacherous moor between Launceston and Bodmin. Nowadays Jamaica Inn is a beautiful ‘Oldy Worldy’ Inn with roaring log fires for those chilly days. The inspiration for Daphne du Maurier’s famous novel.

    • Colliford's Kids KingdomColliford’s Kids Kingdom

      Bodmin Moor
      Colliford’s Kids Kingdom is a 30,000 square foot, all-weather, action packed adventure playground. You can play in the mega ball pool, get lost in the never ending net mazes, wiz along on the infamous toboggan run, spin through the wicked rollers and more.

    • Porfell Wildlife Park & SanctuaryPorfell Wildlife Park & Sanctuary

      Lanreath
      A collection of exotic, wild and domesticated animals in a peaceful, tranquil setting in fifteen acres of fields bounded by streams, with woodland walks. Near Looe in South East Cornwall.

    • The Monkey SanctuaryThe Monkey Sanctuary

      Looe
      The Monkey Sanctuary, near Looe, cares for a range of different species of monkeys; all rescued from the UK and international primate pet trades. Our visitors receive an intimate insight into a working sanctuary with keepers on hand all day to give informative talks on the centre’s residents and the wider work of the charity, Wild Futures.

  • Visitor Attractions

    • Accommodation with FishingAccommodation with Fishing

      This page lists more than 20 accommodation providers who particularly feature their fishing. Ranging from 1-2 lakes, large fisheries and one park with 15 lakes.

    • Adrenalin QuarryAdrenalin Quarry

      Liskeard
      If you’re looking for things to do in Cornwall, try the UK’s biggest Zip Wire, largest Swing and fresh water Coasteering including the UK’s only Blob. We can be found just off the A38 at Menheniot, between Liskeard and Saltash in East Cornwall.

    • Colliford's Kids KingdomColliford’s Kids Kingdom

      Bodmin Moor
      Colliford’s Kids Kingdom is a 30,000 square foot, all-weather, action packed adventure playground. You can play in the mega ball pool, get lost in the never ending net mazes, wiz along on the infamous toboggan run, spin through the wicked rollers and more.

    • CoteheleCotehele

      Calstock
      This medieval house takes time to explore, and you should plan to arrive early and spend a day here. A restaurant, tea room, shop, plant sales and craft gallery will help you make the most of your visit. A National Trust property.

    • Discerning Traveller Walking ToursDiscerning Traveller Walking Tours

      Enjoy a self-guided hiking holiday at a leisurely pace, with a warm welcome at comfortable lodgings each night. Walk from Land’s End to St Ives through Bronze Age fields, by undersea tin mines and granite Cornish villages; along King Arthur’s Tintagel coast and Bodmin Moor; or from Polperro to Fowey on Cornwall’s south coast loved by Daphne Du Maurier. Optional visits to Eden. Walk light – we move your bags each day!

    • Golfing in CornwallGolfing in Cornwall

      A directory of the main golf courses in Cornwall.

    • Jamaica InnJamaica Inn

      Bolventor, Bodmin Moor
      Built in 1750 as a coaching inn, weary travellers would stay at the Inn after having crossed the wild and treacherous moor between Launceston and Bodmin. Nowadays Jamaica Inn is a beautiful ‘Oldy Worldy’ Inn with roaring log fires for those chilly days. The inspiration for Daphne du Maurier’s famous novel.

    • Porfell Wildlife Park & SanctuaryPorfell Wildlife Park & Sanctuary

      Lanreath
      A collection of exotic, wild and domesticated animals in a peaceful, tranquil setting in fifteen acres of fields bounded by streams, with woodland walks. Near Looe in South East Cornwall.

    • South West Lakes TrustSouth West Lakes Trust

      The region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity, South West Lakes Trust manages 50 inland waters. Facilities and opportunities for activities vary from site to site. At some you will find campsites, activity centres and waymarked walks. Some are ideal for coarse or trout angling, watersports, picnicking and relaxing.

    • The Monkey SanctuaryThe Monkey Sanctuary

      Looe
      The Monkey Sanctuary, near Looe, cares for a range of different species of monkeys; all rescued from the UK and international primate pet trades. Our visitors receive an intimate insight into a working sanctuary with keepers on hand all day to give informative talks on the centre’s residents and the wider work of the charity, Wild Futures.

    • The Tamar Valley Donkey ParkThe Tamar Valley Donkey Park

      Gunnislake
      Donkey rides, adventure and toddlers’ playgrounds, nature trail, feed the rabbits, goats, ducks, pigs, lambs and calves. Disabled facilities.