is a small town in Cornwall
, consisting of East Looe and West Looe. They are joined by a seven-arched Victorian
bridge across the River Looe.
West Looe is built around the 14th century church of Saint Nicholas which has a campanile belfry.
East Looe has an Old Guildhall and the 13th century church of Saint Mary.
Looe Island, about half a mile offshore, has the ruins of a medieval monastery.