Monday, June 4, 2018
There have been numerous sightings recently of dolphins playing in the waters off the North Cornish coast at Port Isaac.
Last year it was confirmed that a small pod of bottlenose dolphins is, in fact, native to these shores. It had previously been thought that they were migrating to the area from the Bay of Biscay but research by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust and the University of Plymouth has demonstrated that they are Britain’s third pod of native dolphins.
Huge basking sharks are also visitors to the region, cruising through the warm waters to feed off plankton.
Marvel at Cornwall’s Stunning Wildlife
The Beach House, our large, self-catering accommodation in Port Isaac, overlooks this wonderful coastline.
Relax and enjoy the view from our delightful sun lounge or venture out to the nearby south-west footpath to explore further afield, returning home to the luxury and comfort of our gorgeous holiday home.
Contact Colin for more details and availability.