Looe is a small-scale coastal region, fishing place and civil parish in Cornwall, United Kingdom, which has a population of five thousand and two hundred at the 2011 census. Looe is twenty miles West of Plymouth and seven miles South of Liskeard. Cornwall became popular as a resort among the tourists in the second half of the XIX century. Then it became fashionable to come to the water, sunbathe and arrange long walks. Cornwall, with its small coastal towns, is magnificent for this purpose. The village of Port Isaac is 38.4 miles away from Looe and can be reached by car in 54 minutes.