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See the setting TV hit Poldark this year, the BBC hit drama was first broadcast in 2015 and is based on the novels of Winston Graham. Set in the late 18th Century, Poldark returns to the mines after spending three years in the army to smuggling charges. Upon return he finds the life he knew before the American War of Independence has been turned upside down.
Poldark Coach Tours will allow you to discover the rugged beauty of Cornwall and visit some iconic locations used in the filming. The tours on sale do all vary but our best-selling break includes visits to Perranporth, author Winston Graham’s former home and St Agnes ‘Nampara Valley’ the family estate in the show.
You’ll also head to Truro with a chance to visit the Gothic Cathedral, art galleries, cobbled streets, cafes and markets. You’ll also visit the small harbour town of Charlestown, this Grade II listed harbour is a perfect filming location.
Another must see on a Poldark TV Tour is Porthcurno with the famous outdoor Minack Theatre. Nestled in the granite cliffs and subtropical gardens the views are breath taking. From here you can partake on a stunning coastal walk to the secluded cove of Porthgwarra – used as Napara Cove in the series. Fans will recognise this as the place where Demelza spies on Poldark. You can head to the Telegraph Museum to discover how the small village was connected to the rest of the globe using undersea cables.
Tours often also include visits to Penzance and the Poldark Mine on the Lizard Peninsula.
Coach tours to Poldark filming locations tend to include good quality accommodation, coach travel and excursions to popular filming locations.