On the second day of our vacation we took a walk from Seaton through Millendreath to Looe. All these places are pretty little fishing villages. Looking at the map it seemed to be only a couple of hours walk. In fact, it took us three hours going up hill and down dale. Taking time to enjoy the stunning views also extended the walk. The footpath was good being a part of the South West Coast Path, which has a total of 630 miles of stunning scenery!
Largest and most well-known village of three of them is Looe, with it's banjo-shaped Pier, beautiful tiny white cottages and small art and souvenir shops. Have to say we didn't see MacDonalds:) Instead of MacDonalds we got delicious fresh Cornish Pasty and nice coffee from lovely coffe shop.
Käidud külakestest suurim ja tuntuim on Looe, bandźo-kujulise muuliga, kaunite valgete majakeste ja pisikeste armsate poekestega. Ja MacDonalds'it polegi :) Selle asemel saime kohvipoekesest maitsvat värsket Cornwall'i pirukat Cornish Pasty.
For fish lovers I strongly recommend the restaurant Trawlers on the Quay. It is a cosy little restaurant, with good service, beautiful views and wonderful food. Excellent! Dare I say that this is the best food I have ever had? Reservations should be made in advance as it is very popular.
Kalasõpradele soovitan soojalt restorani Trawlers. Pisike hubane restoran, hea teenindus, kaunis vaade, võrratu toit. Suurepärane! Julgeks öelda, et parim maitseelamus :) Kohad tuleks igaks juhuks varem broneerida!