A few photos of Polperro for today's post. Starting above with a boat entering Polperro's harbour.
The large village has been known for fishing stretching way back to the Domesday Book - which was completed in 1086. It is now very much a popular tourist destination.
Many of the old fishermen's houses and cottages remain, some of which, are holiday homes.
The River Pol flows through the village.
A few boats in the harbour - a colourful sight on a sunshine day.
Houses on high in Polperro.
The name Polperro, as I understand it, originates from the Cornish language word Porthpyra, meaning a harbour or cove named after Pyran.
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