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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
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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
 
"Jurassic Coast and Portland Small-Group Tour from Dorset Including Lulworth Cove
Jurassic Coast Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door Tour from Dorset"Leaving Weymouth or a pick up of your choice you head to the village of Corfe. The village is constructed almost completely from the local grey Purbeck limestone and comprises two main streets. Take your time to have a tea or coffee. The streets are c the post office church and pubs.You explore Corfe Castle. The dramatic ruins of Corfe Castle stand on a natural hill guarding the principal route through the Purbeck Hills. As you can see it guards the gap between the south of Purbeck where Purbeck marble was once quarried and the rest of England. Nothing could pass in or out without going past the Castle.Then you are off to Durdle Door. You then have a short drive from Durdle Door to Lulworth Cove. Take your time to visit the Lulworth visitor centre and learn abou
From GBP75.00

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History of Weymouth

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Weymouth "Pleasure Pier"

Something Weymouth doesn't do very well is its provision of a traditional seaside resort pier. There is a pier, completed in 1933, which is mostly a commercial one, built to service the ferries and...
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Royal Oak - The Cheapest Beer In Town??

There are actually two Royal Oaks in town, one on Dorchester Road and this one here on Custom House Quay. I don't know anything about the Dorchester Road one but this one seems a friendly enough pub...
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Finding Your Way Around

Weymouth has quite a compact town centre with its harbour and river running through the middle and its beaches skirting the coast. The streets are simply laid out and easily walkable without getting...
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Weymouth Tourist Information Centre

Apologies for using this slightly out-of-date pic as the TIC has now moved from its central location to the Pavillion at the western end of the beach but all the facilites and contact details are...
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Ol' King George

If you are the sort who likes at statues, and learn of the historical culture of areas, then I guess it's a must that you see the statue of King George III in Weymouth. If you are the sort who likes...
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Hope Square Well Worth A Look

Hope Square hosts an array of worthy sites for the traveller. There is the famous Brewers Quay which hosts many shops and resteraunts as well as the Timewalk which offers an insight in to the history...
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Sculptures and Clocks

I really can't remember a great deal about Weymouth, the two things that do stand out in my memory though are the clock tower on the promenade and the sand sculptures on the beach.The sand sculptures...
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Portland view

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Goldfingers

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The Jurassic Skyline Tower

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Nothe Fort

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