The picturesque coast of Cornwall is very popular as a resort. But there are also some resort towns, famous for picturesque hiking trails, beaches in sheltered coves cliffs, golf courses, tennis courts and restaurants. That destination is Padstow. Padstow is the largest harbor on the North coast of Cornwall. Today Padstow’s main industry is tourism; the rest of the economy is fishing, making and repairing fishing boats. It is also known for its popular restaurants of delicious food. The distance from the village of Port Isaac to Padstow is 15.5 miles. A 30-minute drive will take guests there.