Polperro is a delightful coastal village in southern Cornwall. It is a popular tourist destination, with its idyllic ancient fishermen's houses, its quaint harbour and stunning coastline. Visitors are no longer permitted to drive cars into the village with its narrow streets. There are charming horse and cart rides and milk floats disguised as trams for those who prefer not to walk. Within the village is the Polperro Heritage Museum of Fishing and Smuggling, situated on the harbourside. Guided walks are available, and boat trips can be taken from the harbour to view the Cornish coastline, where you might even see some dolphins and seals! The world-famous South West Coast Path passes through the village. Polperro has several restaurants, pubs and shops. Some commercial fishing vessels still operate from the harbour and fresh fish and seafood are sometimes available for purchase at the quayside.