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Port Isaac Cornwall Coast Walk Scenery – Cornwall Walks – Tour England Walking Holidays UK

Port Isaac Cornwall Coast Walk Scenery – Cornwall Walks – Tour England Walking Holidays UK

Enjoy some great Port Isaac Cornwall coast walk scenery with relaxing music to see if you fancy Cornwall Walks whilst on tour England Walking Holidays UK. Along the walk you visit: Port Isaac, Castle Rock, Port Gaverne and Lobber Point; Pine Haven Cove, Varley Head, Scarnor Point and Downgate Cove; Kellan Head and Port Quin. Scenery includes: the lovely Port lsaac and secluded Inlet of Port Quin; the picturesque, tumbling cliffs and intricate hills of the South West Coast Path; views of Sevensouls Rocks and The Mouls; peaceful fields, tree lined valleys and stone stiles. You may also encounter cattle and see horses.

Port Isaac Cornwall Coast Walk Scenery

Route finding on this coast walk was easy with an outward coastal stretch to Port Quinn and an inland return section. The terrain is demanding along the outbound coastal path includes some steep ascents and descents. The return section over fields, valleys and through trees is more gentle. Starting and ending in Port Isaac, you visit: Castle Rock, Port Gaverne and Lobber Point; Pine Haven Cove, Varley Head, Scarnor Point and Downgate Cove; Kellan Head and Port Quin. Scenery includes: the lovely Port lsaac and secluded Inlet of Port Quin; the invigorating and stunningly picturesque, chaotic, rollercoaster, tumbling cliffs and intricate hills of the South West Coast Path; great views of Sevensouls Rocks and The Mouls; peaceful fields, tree lined valleys and stone stiles. You may also encounter cattle and see horses.

Port Isaac

Port Isaac is a small, charming fishing village on the North Cornwall coast between Padstow and Tintagel. It used to play a major role in the trade of corn from the inland farmland of Cornwall. Its wealth used to be closely connected to coastal shipping and fishing with cargo like wood and coal; ores and stone; salt and limestone, pottery and heavy goods. Today, although not a major port anymore, fishermen are still working there landing fish, crab and lobsters on a daily basis. Port Isaac is the typical image of a Cornish fishing village and is also famous for being the setting of the “Doc Martin” television series.

Port Quin

Port Isaac Cornwall Coast Walk Scenery - Cornwall Walks - Tour England Walking Holidays UK

Port Quin is located around 4 miles west of Port Isaac. Being a quiet little fishing village with a harbour it stirs the imagination of times gone by. Today there is very little there apart from four holiday cottages owned by the National Trust plus a few other buildings. There is an occasional sight seeing boat cruise going in and out, and walkers passing through.

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