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Best trails in Port Isaac

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Explore the most popular trails near Port Isaac with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Map of trails in Port Isaac
Top trails (4)
#1 - Port Quin to Port Issac Trail
Port Isaac, Cornwall, England
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Length: 4.9 mi • Est. 2 h 36 m
#2 - Port Issac to Port Quin Coastal Path
Port Isaac, Cornwall, England
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Length: 3.3 mi • Est. 1 h 44 m
#3 - South West Coast Path: Port Issac to Tintagel
Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
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Length: 9 mi • Est. 5 h 8 m
#4 - Discovering Portwenn
Port Isaac, Cornwall, England
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Length: 1 mi • Est. 29 m
A circular walk around the pretty fishing village of Port Isaac in Cornwall. This idyllic coastal village is worth a visit in its own right, with superb cliffside views, but fans of the TV Series Doc Martin will also immediately recognise Port Isaac as the real-life setting for the fictional village of Portwenn. Fans will have chance to see plenty of exterior landmarks including Bert's restaurant, the harbour, Louisa's school, Mrs Tishall's chemist and the home and surgery of Doctor Ellingham himself. The walk follows a mixture of tarmac paths and lanes through the village, with chance to enjoy the small beach (which is dog-friendly all year round) if you visit during low tide. There are several climbs and descents throughout. You will need to negotiate a few steps (although these can be avoided using a roadside slope if necessary), and there are no gates, stiles or livestock on route. Allow at least one hour to explore properly. Show more