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Private one-day luxury guided tour of Poldark TV-series locations from Cornwall
"This is a luxury Private tour for up to 6 people. You'll be picked up in a Land Rover Discovery from your hotel for our journey reliving the life times and locations for Ross Poldark's epic tales.First stop is historic Charlestown which was used to depict Truro in the show.The old port and tall ships are sure to transport your mind back to the times of Ross Poldark .We'll then head for Chu Gunwalloe. This attractive sandy cove is overlooked by the tiny church of St Wynwaloe dating from the 13th century. The cove was the location for the night time ship wreck scene which relived the coves real smuggling history.After lunch (not included) the next location is beautiful Porthgwarra Beach location for the steamy skinny dipping scene from the series. Once a thriving fishing cove the crystal clear sea and views from the coast path are exhilarating and you can still see the evidence of the smugglers of yesteryear.Departing Porthgwarra
From GBP255.00
 
One-day Private Guided Tour of Poldark TV-Series Locations from Devon
"This is a luxury Private tour for up to 6 people. You'll be picked up in a Land Rover Discovery from your hotel for our journey reliving the life times and locations for Ross Poldark's epic tales.First stop is historic Charlestown which was used to depict Truro in the show. The old port and tall ships are sure to transport your mind back to the times of Ross Poldark. You'll then head for C Gunwalloe. This attractive sandy cove is overlooked by the tiny church of St Wynwaloe dating from the 13th century. The cove was the location for the night time ship wreck scene which relived the coves real smuggling history.After lunch (not included) the next location is beautiful Porthgwarra Beach location for the steamy skinny dipping scene from the series. Once a thriving fishing cove the crystal clear sea and views from the coast path are exhilarating and you can still see the evidence of the smugglers of yesteryear.Departing Porthgwarra
From GBP255.00
 
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Bath Stonehenge and Salisbury"Setting off from London this luxury coach trip to three stunning UK locations is the perfect way to explore England in one amazing day. The first stop is mystical and monumental Stonehenge – an incredible stone formation that has stood for over 4000 years. Steeped in history and intrigue getting to see it in person is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.Next stop is a picture-perfect visit to Salisbury and the stunning Cathedral. See inside and marvel at the breathtaking interior as well as the world’s oldest working clock! Salisbury Cathedral also houses the best preserved copy of the Magna Carta. Written in 1215 this incredibly important document is a fascinating piece of history. If you want to save time at the attractions
From GBP94.00

More Things to Do in West Lulworth

cream teas and tat!

On the walk down to the cove there are plenty of little shops selling cream teas, ince-creams and assorted things... it's a pretty little walk down... and you SHOULD have a cream tea which is a pot of...
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smirnofforiginal
May 14, 2012

Fossils

This the gateway to the Jurassic Coast (UNESCO SINCE 2001). The sea is naturally corroding the coastline but the multitudes of visitors also are. Wooden staircases etc... have been put in to try to...
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smirnofforiginal
May 14, 2012

Durdle Door

Durdle Door was our main reason for coming to Lulworth and we were not disappointed. The famous rock formation is simply one of the best natural sights I have seen in England, and I have seen quite a...
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Sjalen
Aug 04, 2010

Walk to Stair Hole

From behind the beach at Lulworth you can take a short cliff walk to nearby Stair Hole, which I would highly recommend if you like cliff scenery and are interested in seeing another demonstration of...
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toonsarah
Aug 17, 2008

Explore Lulworth Cove village

The main attraction here are naturally the beach and the cliff walks, but don’t neglect the village totally. In addition to the Doll’s House which I’ve described in a separate tip, there are a number...
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toonsarah
Jul 14, 2008

The Dolls’ House

As you stroll down the main street in Lulworth Cove, look to your right to see this tiny house. Once home to a local fishing family, it now sells sweets and ice cream, but you can step inside to see...
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toonsarah
Jul 14, 2008
 
 
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The Fossil Forest

Unfortunately we were at Lulworth Cove on a Thursday, as army firing practice prevents access to certain parts other than at weekends. This meant we were unable to visit the “Fossil Forest”, although...
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toonsarah
Jul 14, 2008

On the beach

It goes without saying that in a place named Lulworth Cove the beach is one of the main attractions. Lulworth Cove was formed approximately 10,000 years ago by the awesome powers of a river and the...
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toonsarah
Jul 14, 2008

up, up and to Durdle!

Whichever you slice or dice it, it is a steep, old climb to get up to the top...The views are spectacular.
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smirnofforiginal
May 14, 2012

Lulworth Cove

The cove itself is yet another major sight here and we walked to it from Durdle Door (see tip) and got a great overview of its horseshoe shape. To be ctd.
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Sjalen
Aug 04, 2010

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"Lulworth Cove: a slice of time"
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"Lulworth Cove"
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"West Lulworth & Lulworth Cove"
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"Lulworth Where Pirates and Dinosaures Used to Roam"
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"Lulworth Cove: a case study of geology in action!"
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