Out of season, finding a parking space is relatively easy as both car parking and street parking is readily available. However, during the peak-season, Looe is, as you would expect, not the easiest place to park.
Parking in East Looe
The Quayside in East Looe, is the car park most visitors make a bee-line for. It’s closeness to the town centre makes it an obvious choice, but beware, more often than not a “FULL’ sign is displayed by the entrance.
A smaller car park can be found between the surgery and the petrol station on the A387. Again this car park tends to fill up quickly during the busier months.
Parking in West Looe
The Millpool car park, across the bridge in West Looe is the largest car park in the town. Although it is a 5 minute walk from the town centre, it’s a safe bet to head for this car park to guarantee yourself a space and of course, less stress.
There are also public toilets to be found near the town entrance of the car park.
The Quayside in West Looe offers a small number of spaces and is an excellent option if you are stay in accommodation in West Looe.
All the car parks in Looe are pay and display car parks, 24 hours a day. Over night parking is charged at a lower rate.
photos of charges to follow asap 🙂