Port Isaac is a beautiful little fishing village about fifteen miles along the north coast of Cornwall from Padstow. It's television fame in the series Doc Martin has visitors flocking to it.
The car park is at the top of the hill, and a nice leisurely stroll down takes you past all manner of gift shops, tea rooms, galleries and of course, pasty shops.
At the bottom of the hill is the harbour with all the little fishing boats.
I wonder how many lobsters these pots have caught. There were plenty of places to sample the fresh catch of the day.
I've never watched Doc Martin so I haven't seen Port Isaac on any of the programmes, but when I saw this sign, I had to go and investigate.
There were a few cottages clustered together so I wasn't sure I was taking a photo of the right one, but other people came along after me and were taking photos of the same cottage, so I think this is it.
This would be the view that Doc Martin would have of the harbour and village from his cottage, just beautiful.
There's so many little alleyways and snickets in Port Isaac, I had to go and explore. There were some truly charming little cottages to be found, as well as some enticing tea rooms.
It's another beautiful Cornish village which I'd definitely recommend you visit if you're in the area, you won't be disappointed.