Port Isaac, North Cornwall, England.

Port Isaac pier was constructed during the reign of Henry VIII. The village centre dates from the 18th and 19th centuries, from a time when its prosperity was tied to local coastal freight and fishing.

Since 2004 the village has served as the backdrop for the ITV series Doc Martin, using the fictional name of “Portwenn.”

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