Arriving at Port Isaac (aka Port Wenn) in the afternoon, the view from the deck of the house we stayed in.
Misty Cornwall morning, from across the street where we stayed.
We turned the lights on in the dining room, and had the sense that we were being watched.
Indeed we were, by our next door neighbors the sheep.
Port Isaac is an easy 10 minute walk along this road.
We ate a great meal at the Edge Restaurant, thanks for the tip, Bert and Al!
The start of the downhill walk to the slipway.
Excellent exhibit at St. Peters Church by the Camel Art Society, a very active local group.
St. Peter's Church. Camel is from the Camel River (Cornish: Dowr Kammel, meaning crooked river).
Long walk down to the slipway.
So many lovely, well maintained old homes.
Building used as part of the school in Doc Martin.
Further along the walk to the slipway.
Building used as part of the school in Doc Martin, located to the right of the slipway.
View across the slipway to Doc Martin's house.
Port Isaac is an active fishing village.
Panorama of the slipway area from north to south.
Tide is in.
Tide is out.
The Aquarium and fish market to the left of the slipway.
Francie Stoutamire Photography