1. Cornwall’s dramatic coastal scenery
Cornwall’s coastline of 433 miles is the longest in Great Britain, with 158 miles having Heritage Status. Spectacular, varied vistas over the rugged Atlantic coastline between St Agnes, Newquay and Padstow and Tin Coast towards Land’s End are not to be missed. Wide sandy beaches, not least at Holywell Bay, and lesser known spots near Porthcothnan feature as the backdrop to dramatic and memorable Poldark scenes! Enjoy linking film locations to scenes from the series and while away the time whilst on tour imagining you can see Ross galloping across a headland on his trusty steed or Drake and Morwenna secretly meeting on a deserted beach.