The harbourfront at Port Isaac. Despite its meteoric rise as a holiday destination (on account of Doc Martin) this is still very much the archetypal Cornish fishing village at its heart.
As you can see there are crab pots a plenty in front of the fishermen's huts that line this side of the harbour. Whilst they might own this bit of real estate you won't find too many fishermen in the other cottages overlooking the harbour.
You can tell you're in North Cornwall from this photo. The slate used in the buildings over this way is quite different to the granite used elsewhere.