Port Isaac is the one of the most remote villages in the UK- the nearest town, Wadebridge, is ten miles away. In 1820 it was described as "secluded from the rest of the world". Access to the village is via narrow winding roads.
From Port Isaac you will find it easy to reach many of the wonderful places to visit in the area. Fabulous walks along the North Cornwall coast, cliffs and beaches.
Famous for its surf Lessons and equipment hire available from a number of surfing schools.
With its long sandy beaches and sand dunes perfect for families.
Offering sailing and fishing trips as well as expanses of sand and walks to St Enodoc Church (where John Betjeman is buried). The passenger ferry to Padstow crosses from here.
Made famous by Rick Stein a bustling fishing and leisure port.
The Camel Trail
A must for walkers and cyclists a 10 mile route from Camelford to Padstow or join half way at Wadebridge for a 5 mile cycle into Padstow.
The Legend of King Arthur and Trebarwith sands
A fabulous House and Garden (National Trust) www.nationaltrust.org.uk/devoncornwall/landhydrock
Pencarrow House and gardens
A relaxing afternoon with tea room and play area for children. www.pencarrow.co.uk
An amazing day out www.edenproject.com
If playing golf is at the top of your list of things to do in cornwall,
click here to see information on local courses.