The Deep South

From the unspoilt Georgian harbour at Charlestown to the idyllic coves of Gunwalloe and Landewednack on the Lizard, this tour captures the beauty of the South of Cornwall. With their turquoise waters and secret coves that conjure up images of smugglers and pirates we will take you to some of the prettiest locations used in the series of Poldark.


The Far West

The Engine House Botallack

This tour takes you as far as you can go into Cornwall, down to the magical unspoilt far West where abandoned mines and engine houses fill the landscape and Cornwall reveals its most individual and captivating side.

North Cornwall

 Our third Poldark tour visits the rugged landscape of Bodmin Moor where many of the scenes are filmed, and then onto the stunning North Coast. With it's rugged landscape that has an air of mystery and intrigue, Bodmin Moor is Cornwall at its wildest. It is remote and at times bleak, wild ponies still graze the heather covered moorland and it's easy to see why it was chosen as a perfect backdrop to Poldark's plot of passion and family drama's.