Great Day Tours to fantastic locations around Cornwall.

     Every tour gives you the chance to spend time visiting 3 lovely places.

Ted  your driver/Courier has lived in Cornwall all his life and has been connected with the tour business for 40 years. He has a wealth of knowledge of Cornwall and wants to share this with you on his lovely tours to great locations around Cornwall, we want to give you a relaxed day taking in as much as we can. 

Sandra & Ted welcome Del who has joined us as a driver/courier and he has also been in the tour business for 40 years

We now offer your very own private Day Tour from 2-8 people and group Tours, anywhere in Cornwall.

Don't forget no parking problems with us, have a drink in the quaint little pubs and a stress free day, see things you would never see in the car. We guarantee you a day to remember with memories to treasure.  

Our Full list of day tours will start in March 2018


Tuesday & Thursday

This exciting New tour visits the locations where this great TV series is filmed.

This picturesque tour takes you to stunning locations along the North Cornish coast, stopping at several breathtaking locations where this programme is filmed. Unfortunately it is not possible to cover every location in a day, as it is filmed over such a large area, therefore we have Tour I on Tuesdays covers the Poldark locations from Newquay to Lands End stopping for lunch. Tour 2 on Thursday covers stunning Poldark locations Charlsetown, Bodmin Jail and Bodmin Moor.


 Doc Martin Tour

 Port Isaac, Tintagel, Boscastle.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday. (main season)


                                                                                 Boscastle                                                                   Port Isaac                           


Doc Martin Tour to Port Isaac, (called Port Wenn in the programme) and surrounding areas where the series is filmed. This tour covers 90% of the area Doc Martin is filmed in. Ted will also give you some inside knowledge of how the series is filmed with plenty of time to look around this charming village before we make our way to Tintagel passing the Doc's Aunties farm and the real school used in the series, the hotel where they had their Wedding reception and the church. Tintagel Home of King Arthur and Merlin. Learn about the legend of King Arthur, visit King Arthurs Great Hall, (a real must, used in TV Documentaries and as a Masonic Hall) we can offer discounts for this, also the old post office the oldest building in the village. Don't forget the castle ruins and island with fantastic views of the Cornish north coast. After having lunch here, we make our way down into Boscastle where the terrible floods of 2004 wrecked this charming peaceful village, which is now totally restored to its former glory.



King Arthur's Great Hall  



 St Michaels Mount. Marazion, St Ives Tour.

 Marazion the oldest charter town in the country where you can walk over the causeway to the Mount and explore this wonderful Monestry and Gardens, full of myths, legends and history (This tour tries to get to the Mount at low Tide so as to walk across, run by the National Trust ) St Michael’s Mount, featured in ‘Coming Home’ and ‘Shell Seekers’, St Ives is a quaint little town and shop's with its narrow streets and harbour with lovely sandy beaches and the well known Tate Gallery.


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St Mawes, Portscatho, St Just in Roseland Tour. (Charming Tour of Cornwall's hidden Gems)

This Fantastic tour takes you to the south coast of Cornwall, touring around the Roseland Peninsular. This is one of the most beautiful areas of Cornwall.  After spending time to look around St Mawes which is a pretty harbour side village that looks out over the River Fal towards the busy maritime town of Falmouth. The dramatic cornish coastline around St. Mawes was used as the setting for the popular original television series Poldark. We then continue this great tour to St Just in Roseland with its picturesque church, set beside the river set in subtropical gardens, which is a magical setting. Then onto the quaint little fishing village of Portscatho, this is a quiet little village which most visitors don't know exist, it appears that time has stood still in this charming little fishing village, part of the real Cornwall. 

St. Mawes Castle

St. Mawes castle                                    

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          The Lizard, Mullion, Cadgwith Cove Tour (A lovely Tour of real Cornwall)

The magical Lizard Peninsula with the only working light in Cornwall, a secret back water, almost an island, girded on three sides by the sea and the fourth by the meandering waters of the Helford river, only a tiny land bridge connecting us to the rest of Cornwall. Whatever your taste or choice for relaxation we have everything for you to explore from golden beaches to pebbly coves, dramatic cliff tops to still rivers and creeks full of bird life. Freshwater lakes, open heath land, fabulously hued Serpentine rock crops and gardens full of sub-tropical plants warmed by the Gulf Stream. Mullion is a thriving village community with good restaurants, pubs, tea rooms and shops. Cadgwith Cove One of the most picturesque authentic working fishing villages, where thatched cob cottages spill down the steep hillside to the cove.



                                     Looe and Polperro Tour                    


Looe and Polperro tour Visit the lovely coastal town of Looe, wander the narrow streets and harbour with time to enjoy this lovely setting. Looe is a small seaside resort located in south east Cornwall around fifteen miles from the centre of Plymouth. Looe is a busy fishing village and seaside resort, it is also a popular centre for recreational fishing and is regarded as the main base for shark fishing in the UK. The village is divided into two East and West Looe, which is spanned by a famous seven arch bridge over the river. Then we make our way a few miles to Polperro a unique fishing village with its narrow streets and small shops. The outer harbour opens onto a small beach. In Polperro it is easy to step back in time in what is a largely unspoilt fishing village. Pretty cottages cling to steep hillsides around a small harbour, beloved by artists over the years. Its infamous history as a smugglers haunt is told in the harbour side museum, whilst the model village has delighted visitors for many years. 




Mevagissey being still a working harbour is one of the most charming fishing ports of the South Cornish Coast, its white colour washed dwellings perched on the                  slopes of the hills encircling the two harbours. Some of the old fish cellars in the picturesque village have been converted to modern use with their old strong walls and because they remain unspoilt in appearance the narrow streets retain the character of the old Mevagissey which is so enchanting. Or spend the whole day at Heligan taking in the marvel of these lost gardens, shut down at the beginning of the second world war and left forgotten for years, Then rediscovered and brought back to life to enjoy again. This tour gives you the choice to spend all day at the gardens or spend time at both places.  £28 including entry to the gardens.





                                                                          CRACKINGTON HAVEN, WIDEMOUTH BAY AND BUDE.

Crackington Haven is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Crackington Haven is a small coastal village on the north coast just west of Bude. Once a small harbour importing coal and limestone from Wales, which narrowly escaped industrial development in the 1800s, it is now a small unspoiled, almost secret, cove. We then travel along spectacular cornish coast to Widemouth Bay with stunning views out to Lundy Island, along our way to Bude Cornwall's most northern town which has been a popular seaside resort from Victorian times. In the l9th Century, the town was notorious for wreckers who plundered ship wreck's off the coast - over 80 vessels in the fifty year up to 1874.




                                              PENZANCE, MOUSEHOLE, MINNACK THEATRE AND LAND'S END


Famous for its pirates, Penzance is a historic port on the south facing shores of Mount’s Bay, the town has an abundance of palm trees and gardens with sub-tropical plants, with St Michael’s Mount out to sea in the distance. Wander the town’s streets and you’ll come across the fabulously decorated Egyptian House, the statue of local hero Sir Humphry Davy (pioneer of mine safety) and art galleries, book sellers and new age shops which add a slightly bohemian feel.  Mousehole is a popular fishing village with charm and beauty. Its picturesque harbour is surrounded by narrow streets and along the harbour road you’ll find galleries, gift shops and restaurants.

The Minack Theatre is Cornwall's world famous open-air theatre, which is carved into the granite cliff and set in glorious gardens overlooking the panoramic view over Porthcurno Bay. In fact, it was just under eighty years ago that there was nothing there except gorse and heather and below that the Atlantic Ocean. The summer theatre season runs from May to September presenting drama, musicals and opera in this most dramatic of settings. You can explore this world famous open-air theatre created from a cliff. The Rowena Cade Visitor Centre tells the remarkable story of how a girl from Victorian era grew up to build this internationally famous Theatre with her own hands. Visit during the day, explore and relax in the cafe, overlooking the Theatre. Land's End is mainland Britain’s most south-westerly point and one of the country’s most famous landmarks. From the 200 foot high granite cliffs that rise out of the Atlantic Ocean you can gaze across to the Long ships Lighthouse, the Isles of Scilly twenty eight miles away and spectacular coastal views Walk the cliff tops, Land's End is steeped with unique history with marvellous myths and legends Take your picture next to the famous Land's End sign post surrounded by beautiful coastal wildlife.


                                                                One of our luxury  Mini Coaches will pick you up.

         Using these we can get into the quaint little bays, spectacular locations that a large coach is unable too                                                

                 Tours will pick you up from your Hotel, leaves Newquay approx 10.00am returns approx 5.30pm.

      Pick up Newquay, St Columb, Quintrell, Perranporth.

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Please note all tours leave each destination at stated times as we are on a tight schedule