Port Isaac

Port Isaac

Port Isaac is small coastal village on the north of Cornwall.

Various popular TV programmes have been filmed here – Recently Doc Martin and it is also the home of the popular group “Fisherman’s Friends “

Port Isaac’s Pier was constructed during the reign of Henry VIII.

In the 16 th Century the port was famous for pilchards.

Port Isaac has narrow winding streets and traditional granite Cornish houses.

The name Port Isaac means CORN PORT.

Although Port Isaac only has a shingle beach, there are plenty of sandy beaches not far away

Port Isaac is an ideal base for a family holiday in Cornwall – fishing trips can be taken from the harbour and it is an area of outstanding natural beauty.

PORT GAVERNE is a lovely sandy beach not along the coast is ideal for families.

Stone ore and slate were shipped from port Isaac little harbour

Port Isaac is a 700-year-old fishing village and is an inspiration for artists and writers

The pottery is a haven for creative people

One of the tiny alleys around the cottages in Port Isaac is Called “Squeezy Belly “

Port Isaac is ideal for a Cornwall holiday.