Poldark Tours in Cornwall

Explore the real-life locations of your favorite TV show and other iconic Cornish destinations, with your expert guide Karen Colam

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Taking you to real-life locations

Are you a fan of British period drama?

Experience the Cornwall of Ross Poldark and beyond. The history, heritage, myth and legend of one of the most special and unique places in the world.

There is only one Poldark’s Cornwall and we guarantee you the most immersive memories of living the drama that is Poldark.

Since before the Poldark saga revisited our screens, Poldark’s Cornwall has been dedicated to showing you the best of Poldark’s authentic home on the rugged north Cornish coast – where Poldark author Winston Graham actually lived and wrote – as well as throughout the ancient Duchy of Cornwall and beyond.

We show you the very lane where Demelza picked blackberries with her children.

We offer you exclusive access to the private house used to depict Ross’s family home of Nampara.

We take you to every romantic and dramatic location that Cornwall has offered for the current and past screen adaptations.

Poldark's Cornwall

Live the drama, create your story.

Cornish inspiration

Must see places in Cornwall

Top of Karens list of places to see

Tours in Cornwall

Examples of our tours

There are basically three geographic areas that cover most of the Poldark’s locations so three days of touring will cover not only these but all the other must-see highlights of Cornwall along the way in that locality. What is not practical is to try and cherry pick from these to make a one day tour because of the topography of the countryside. A quick WhatsApp or Facetime conversation with Karen will help you to zone in on those places most important to see.

The diverse cornish festival scene

Festivals in Cornwall

Cornwall has fully embraced festival culture, from Boardmasters to The Great Estate, Tunes In the Dunes to the Porthleven Food Festival, Cornwall is very fond of a festival get-together.

The Sea Shanty Festivals of Port Isaac and Falmouth are particular favourites of mine for atmosphere and rowdy get-togethers. Truro and Falmouth both have arguably the best of the Pride Festivals and for literary fans there is the North Cornwall Book Festival in Bude which is co-organised by our celebrated Cornish author Patrick Gale.

Whilst visiting you may wish to take in one of the many festivals but do check with Karen for advice on where to stay etc as it can sometimes seriously affect local pricings.

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