Just beyond the estuary region is Port Isaac, tenuously perched on the cusp. It is a beautiful fishing port that has acheived worldwide renown due to the TV series Doc Martin.
The Camel Estuary is situated on the North Coast of Cornwall, and the Camel River leads further inland. The first town you come to is Wadebridge, and if you are looking for somewhere to stay, there are quality self catering properties to let here.
After Wadebridge is the historic town of Bodmin, a centre of business and administration. The businesses here cater for custom nation and worldwide. One such company is Bromleighs, who's period sockets and switches are extremely sought after. To see some of their antique light fittings and more take a look at their website here www.bromleighs.com.
Continuing South, you will come across the River Fowey, which takes you down to the opposite coast. Dramatically different from the rugged North. This waterside town is full of character and rewarding when sought out, not too far from the Eden Project.
The South coast is a warren of coves and rivers feeding through woods and valleys to the more sheltered shores. Cornwall is blessed with so many variations on its geography, making every turn a new experience. There are businesses and enterprises in each twist and turn.
The coast along from Rock though is unique, in both directions. Just a few of the notable spots are Constantine, Porthcothan, Trebarwith, Port Isaac... no wonder the Victorians visited the county so often.
Further West you will find St. Ives, and overlooking the beautiful bay, Hayle has miles of beaches with stunning views. South leads you to The Lizard with the beautiful villages of Coverack on the West and Helford, on the Helford River to the East. Lizard Holiday Cottages have a portfolio of luxury cottages here that are extremely well loved, take a look here www.lizardholidaycottages.co.uk to see guides to the region.