If you’re coming to Port Isaac by car, you can use two routes, the newly improved A30 or the A38 taking you over the Tamar Bridge. Once you’re into Cornwall, both routes offer interesting scenery – the choice is up to you.
Travel by train is also an option, the nearest train station is Bodmin Road Station , where taxis can be hired to take you to the village.
If you’re coming from outside the UK, Newquay airport with daily connections to London Gatwick may be an option or Exeter which is also quite close.
If you’re coming by sea, the Brittany ferry from Roscoff arrives in Plymouth, which is just about an hour’s journey from Port Isaac on the A38.