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All reviews car park tv series fishing boats doc martin steep walk live here down hill rock pools pay and display cafes and restaurants every angle lots of places to eat few hours public parking nice fish an evening meal taking place
Such a beautiful little place to visit especialy if your a Doc Martin )off the tele) fan as its all filmed here and you can see the buildings/places where they filmed too, stunning views and lovely coastal walks you can have a tour around too...More
We managed to choose the rainiest day of our holiday to visit this pretty harbour but this did not deter us from wandering around the harbour area with its cafes and shops. Would definitely go again, maybe in the better weather.
We have had several holidays at Port Isaac with family and our dogs, in a very friendly cosy cottage that caters for our needs and has parking too.
We love the beach and the walks (some steep hills). Lots of good eating and drinking places,...More
Beautiful quaint Cornish fishing harbour. Still used today by the local fisherman. Small beach that is dog friendly. Great walks close by that you can admire the harbour from. Lots of great eateries around it. It is not easy to take a car down to...More
Lovely little fishing port to wonder round, particularly if you are a fan of Dr Martins. Loads of tourists just trying to relate the place to the TV filming.
It's not a big place, I liked looking at the architecture of the small fishing houses...More
If you're in Cornwall you must pay Port Isaac a visit. This stunning fishing village is picture postcard perfection.
It ok going down but very steep going back up but for a small charge there is a shuttle service but it's so worth the walk....More
You MUST come to port Issac if you're in the area. This place is postcard perfect, with something wonderful to see in every direction you look! From fishermens nets, to beautiful cornish cottages and little boats. This is one of my new favourite places! We...More