“Beautiful beach lovely walk, can see for miles the golden sand. Plenty of cafes on the beach to get drinks and food, parking right by the beach and toilets too,” she explained.
Port Isaac, Cornwall
In second place is the small fishing village of Port Isaac, in North Cornwall. “The village is beautiful, as it blends tourism with local charm, places to eat and drink and a small but fabulous, working harbour,” the experts explained.
Tourists can visit Nathan Outlaw’s Michelin Starred Outlaw’s New Road for food, a “stunning eatery” offering wonderful seafood.
“Book up though, this place is extremely popular,” the travel experts warned.