Port Isaac seashore can be found in one of the essential picturesque villages in Cornwall. Its a small, north-facing, shingle coastline nestling into the sheltered harbour of, recognised by many as ‘Port Wenn’ in ITV’s ‘Doc Martin’ tv series.
The village, whoever historic harbour goes into 14th Century, offers facilities and amenities including stores, standard bars, restaurants and galleries, in unspoilt setting of a working Cornish fishing town. Port Isaac boasts narrow, winding streets and standard, white-washed fishermen’s cottages in a hill-side area.
Self-catering holiday accommodation comes in . A variety of accommodation will come in the more expensive towns in the region, including (15 miles from Port Isaac by-road), (8 miles) and (15 miles).
Airport parking is preferred in carpark near the top of the slope approaching the village, from in which Port Gaverne may also be reached on foot. Port Gaverne seashore is just about a half a mile to your eastern of Port Isaac seashore. Additional afield, Port Quin seashore lies around 2½ kilometers towards the west. There's absolutely no lifeguard patrol on Port Isaac Beach. During top seasons, fishing trips could be taken from the harbour.