For our excursion to the North Coast, we visited Bedruthan Steps, Port Issac (where Dr. Martin was filmed), Tintagel Castle, and Boscastle Harbor.
The north coast is mainly made of granite cliffs. At Bedruthan, we went down via the high granite steps (140 steps) to the beach. Of course to climb back up was more challenging, but was well worth it!
Made it back on top:
Tintagel Cstle was a medieval fortification built on the peninsula of Tintagel Island by Richard, Earl of Cornwell, in the 13th century.
What we walked through and wondered about are only the ruins of the original fortification.
Boscastle became famous due to a flood that once wiped out the entire village. The town is now completed rebuilt to the exact original style, including this house with a unique roof, the witch museum, etc. The village is now managed by the National Trust.
Tomorrow morning we head back to London.