Port Quin is an almost deserted cove/inlet on the North coast of Cornwall not far from the popular fishing port of Port Issac. It is one of Cornwall’s hidden gems and is a great place to swim in the summer time away from the busy holiday resorts. The lush green steep hills on each side combined with the turquoise blue water look simply spectacular. The small beach also reveals numerous rock pools at low tide which is great for families to explore.
To get to Port Quin by car. Leave A30 at Bodmin and join A389 to Wadebridge. At Wadebridge take B3314 signed Polzeath, then follow the local signage to your destination.
If you are looking to stay in Cornwall within touching distance of Port Quin there is a huge selection of holidays cottages in Cornwall to choose from.
‘Rock pools are God’s looking glass, a chance for people to see a microcosm of the some of creatures that live in our vast oceans’.