Whitsands Bay, stretching from Rame Head to Looe is one of the great Cornish seascapes. Rugged two hundred foot high cliffs overlooking miles of sandy beaches provide an ideal setting for surfer’s, sailors, walkers, and divers.
It’s very setting however, open as it is to the south westerly gales, mean that over the years, it has become a magnet for shipwrecks. The last one, the Kodima (2002) almost choked the bay with her cargo of timber planks.
When you have finished your walks you can go to The View which is a great little restaurant/cafe serving great food and drink overlooking the Bay. On a good day this doesn’t get much better.