Enjoy a magical walk to St Nectan's Glen from Trewethett Farm Caravan Club Site, pop in to the famous harbour village of Port Isaac and finish the day with a walk down The Camel estuary at Rock. If you're staying at Trewethett Farm Caravan Club Site you can walk toSt Nectan's Glen from there. Parking may be busy as it is a popular attraction. After your walk to St Nectan's Glen drive to Port Isaac which is just 30 minutes away. Park in the Port Isaac Main Car Park for motorhomes, get there early as the spaces can get filled up quickly. Port Isaac is a small, pretty fishing village with narrow, winding streets lined with old white-washed cottages and traditional granite & slate-fronted Cornish houses. The village has become famous since Doc Martin was filmed there, the village is a very popular destination with tourists. The village is built around a picturesque harbour and has lots of places to eat, drink and shop. If you fancy buying some locally caught fish, try the fishmonger in the arcade above the harbour. Once you've had a walk around the village, drive on to Rock and stay at Higher Penmayne Farm. This campsite is a lovely privately owned campsite and it’s dog friendly too. In fact Rock is really dog friendly, the beach is fantastic for a good long walk. Rock has a few shops and restaurants but it’s mainly a village for holiday accommodation. The reason we suggest staying in Rock is there’s a water taxi/ferry which takes you over to Padstow and you can spend some time there too. Stay at Higher Penmayne Farm

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