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This is really helpful information, as a friend & I will be touring Cornwall late in May. Port Isaac and Tintagel are destinations, checking off both locations on my bucket list.
Appreciate the link to Kennedy’s site!
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Check out my Port Quin Post as well. It is only 2-3 miles from PI and also a filming location. Cornwall has many lovely seaside villages. St Ives is beautiful.
Kate Kennedy has a nice website.
Thanks! Like many Cornish villages it is.
Tried walking the coastal route to Tintagel from Port Isaac after three days of rain. Needless to say, after more than three hours of hiking in rain and mud, I abandoned the coastal route in fear of my life! Walked through a farmer’s field for over an hour before finally making it to a country road. Lucky for me, I had a taxi cab number on me. He let me get in, muddy gear and all! 😂 Spent two lovely days recovering in Tintagel! Amazingly beautiful! 🥰
Yes, do not hike it in the rain or after it rains. The rocks are slippery when wet. Tintagel is beautiful!
Beautiful place and the statue of king Arthur is exceptionally wonderful.
Thanks! Sometime I would like to go back and get a picture of it closer to sunset or sunrise.
Wow, Is it so close to you place?
I would have same thought if I were you 🙂
No, but I have been there twice. All of Cornwall is lovely.
We are going to be there in Cornwall in three weeks! We are staying in Port Isaac or right outside. But Tintagel is now on our list as well. Thank you!
It’s not that far by how the crow flies. It is worth seeing. Are you going to watch Doc Martin filming? Either way enjoy!
Yes, we are! Or at least we are hoping to see filming. Thank you!
I am hoping for the best. It’s always a roll of the dice if you get to see some or not. I was lucky. I saw a few scenes filmed. Just go in knowing you may or may not and if you do it’s the icing on the cake.
I am trying to adopt that attitude! 🙂
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