Port Isaac is a picturesque fishing village in the North of Cornwall and is also a popular lobster and crab tasting destination. This small village is famous for fishing restaurants with delicious food. But most of all, the village is known for its place where the filming of the famous series Doc Martin took place. The history of this settlement began in the Middle Ages. Until the 18th century it was a busy port through which imports and exports passed, including coal, timber, pottery and building materials. Then with the advent of Railways it was retrained into the fishing port.