If you’ve ever longed to escape modern life – whether that’s crowds, concrete or COVID-19 – then an island with more seals than humans might be the place for you.
But what if your island home is just a tent without electricity or water? And while it overlooks the island with a lovely sea view, the toilet is 50 metres away, down a steep hill.
Add to this the fact your camping trip is due to last four months, and you might not be so eager to sign up.
Camping on Looe Island
Just a mile off the Cornish coast, Looe Island is popular with sunbathing seals. An important 22-acre marine nature reserve
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