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Come and stay right in the middle of Poldark Country and see where it was filmed ....
St Breward: The cottage used as Nampara, Poldark’s home as well as some of the miner’s cottages were located near this village. The actors also filmed some of the other scenes, including a duel, when the sun appeared en cue with dramatic timing.
Botallack to Levant: There is beauty and rich mining heritage
along this stretch of west Cornwall coast linking Botallack (just north of St
Just) and Levant. Levant Mine playing was the setting for Tressiders
Rolling Mill while Owles and Crowns near Botallack depicted Wheal Leisure.
Porthgwarra: This cove with its crystal clear
waters was where the little beach cafe stayed open until 4am serving pasties to
the cast and crew.
Gunwalloe: the beach at Church Cove here was where
the shipwreck scenes were filmed, appropriately as it is next to Dollar Cove,
site of many famous shipwrecks and named for the silver coins which are still
said to wash up on the beach.
Charlestown: This historic port, a berth for
tallships is also seen in the TV series and in many other films including the
Three Musketeers and The Eagle Has Landed.