Tours of Cornwall – Suggested Ideas

Poldark Tours

We have driven the Poldark Cast & Crew for the last three Seasons when they have been in Cornwall for Recces and Filming, therefore our location knowledge is second to none!

Rosamunde Pilcher Tours

Each year, a quarter of a million people travel from Germany to Cornwall. lured by the books of a British author largely unknown in her own Country – and the gorgeous locations in German TV adaptations of her work. Explore the West Coast of Cornwall with us, with a visit to St Michael’s Mount, Newlyn & Mousehole.

Cornwall’s Heritage

Including mining, quarrying, fishing – or churches, chapels and monuments.

Gardens

Cornwall’s gardens are world famous – ring the changes by visiting a large garden such as world famous Heligan and a smaller one such as Poppy Cottage Garden, and enjoy the enduring beauty of tropical palms and abundant flowers. The Gardens and National Trust properties of Cornwall are full of exotic plants that are rarely found elsewhere in the UK.

Specialist Themed Tours

These are available for parties from 4 to 37 (smaller vehicles allow us greater access!) and can be arranged to last from 2 hours to a full day. Prices on request.

Cornwall has something for everyone, heritage, legend, beautiful scenery, rugged coastline and sandy beaches, it is no wonder that it is one of Britain’s most popular tourist destinations. Visitors are attracted for a variety of reasons, it may be King Arthur or Daphne du Maurier,the many fine castles or secluded coves and fishing villages. Cornish folk tradition is still very strong and such events as the Helston Furry Dance and Padstow’s Obby ‘Oss have visitors from all over the world. The natural waters around Cornwall offers an abundance of activity, from sailing to surfing, skiing to diving or you can walk the coastal path all the way around from Hartland Point (just into Devon), on the north coast to the Cremyll Ferry which crosses the Tamar for Plymouth on the south coast.