Whether you come for Doc Martin, Britain’s only two-Michelin-starred seafood restaurant, or to sit by the harbour, a walk through Port Isaac has it all.
Just a ten minute drive along the winding coast road from Widemouth Bay is Bude – a surprise gem of a town. Join us on our walk through.
Quite simply spectacular. The stately rock stacks of the National Trust’s Bedruthan Steps loom out of the wild Atlantic Ocean. We find it’s an inspiring and stirring spot for a sunset walk.
Back on the South coast of Cornwall we visited Falmouth, a port on the River Fal. Known for it’s vibrant culture, Falmouth offers visitors the best of food and drink, retail therapy and stunning views.
Set on the North Cornwall coast, Padstow is a quintessential harbour full of fishing boats, boutique stores, amazing restaurants and smiling faces.
Fowey, marks the first of many beautiful locations on the South coast of Cornwall. Half way between Plymouth and Falmouth Fowey is one of Cornwall’s hidden gems.
Join us on a walk through Truro, the Capital City of Cornwall, and Britain’s most southerly city. Offering the best of cobbled streets and Cornish culture.
Porth beach, sheltered by headlands on either side, is a popular beach with families. Boasting one of the longest tidal drops of all the beaches in Cornwall it’s a spacious, safe beach to enjoy with the whole family.
The North coast of Cornwall is a smörgåsbord of beautiful beaches and great surf breaks to which Mawgan Porth is of no exception.
Walk with us along the Gannel Estuary to Crantock Beach.
Portreath on the North Coast of Cornwall. Walk through the village to discover tempting treats and the 19th Century inner basin leading down to the beach.
The second of our walk through series takes us along four beaches, across one harbour, to several tasty cafés and on top of one Huer’s hut.