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Looking for a unique sightseeing experience? Try our Group Tour sightseeing service, perfect for groups of up to eight people. Enjoy a guided tour of all the best sights and attractions in the local area. Alternatively, we also offer private tours which can be booked per hour by calling 01736 797700. And with our convenient online booking option, it's never been easier to secure your trip.


Tour 1

Leaving St Ives, we will drive through the village of Zennor and out to the Botallack mines, one of Cornwall’s most iconic places, and a location featured in BBC’s Poldark. The famous Crowns engine houses of Botallack Mine cling dramatically to the foot of the cliffs.

Leaving Botallack we will drive through Sennen Cove onto Lands End, With its magnificent natural setting, great eating places and shopping it’s one of the West Country’s great places to visit and experience one of the UK’s most beautiful coastal landscapes.
From Lands end we will drive to the famous Minack Open Air Theatre, in one of the most beautiful settings anywhere in the world, perched high on golden cliffs above the turquoise sea where you can spend some time, learn about the history of the theatre and take in the amazing site.

After visiting the Minack Theatre we will drive on to discover Mousehole, Popular for retaining its original character, charm and beauty. Mousehole is a tiny fishing village in West Cornwall, 3 miles west of Penzance. Its picturesque harbour is surrounded by narrow streets and yellow lichened houses, which huddle together creating a stunning location. Along the harbour road you’ll find galleries, gift shops and restaurants and in the harbour itself is a safe sandy beach.
Leaving Mousehole and driving through Newlyn we will take our last stop at St Michaels mount, when you can explore the amazing island world of St Michael’s Mount and discover legend, myth and over a thousand years of incredible history, before travelling back to St Ives to end our Tour.

Tour 2

Leaving from St Ives, and driving through Helston and onto Mullion Cove and then onto Kynance cove, one of the prettiest coves in Cornwall and as a result one of the most painted and photographed. Just down from Kynance cove we will come to the Lizard, stunningly beautiful at any time of the year, there is nowhere quite like it anywhere else in Britain. It is for this reason that the Lizard has been a continuing source of inspiration for artists and writers.

Almost surrounded by the sea, the peninsula stands alone, in a very real sense, from the rest of the county.
Leaving the Lizard, we will come to Coverack, a small picturesque fishing village built on two sides of a spur of rock that juts out into the sea. The village retains much of its original charm and atmosphere.

From Coverack we will head to Falmouth, based around a thriving harbour, Falmouth is gateway to the beautiful Fal River which runs through an Area of Natural Beauty. The town is famous for its creative buzz with many art galleries displaying contemporary works and venues showcasing independent films and live bands. The many reasons to visit include, the fascinating maritime heritage; the Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty along the Helford and Fal Rivers – perfect for walking and family days out, after spending some time in Falmouth we will take the drive back to St Ives to end our tour.

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Tour 3

Leaving from St Ives and driving through Newquay and the stunning watergate bay, a 2 mile beach set in a valley between Newquay and Padstow and popular with surfers from all over the world, we will arrive in Padstow.
Padstow is a charming working fishing port surrounded by glorious sandy beaches, at the head of the Camel River and there is plenty to do, The town is largely unspoilt, with a beautiful harbour. There are good shopping facilities, a cinema, cafes and restaurants, including the famous “SEAFOOD RESTAURANT” run by RICK STEIN and many old and friendly public houses, most of them serving pub food and ‘real ale’.

Leaving Padstow we will drive to Port Isaac, The small vibrant fishing village of Port Isaac is one of Cornwall’s most well known and popular holiday destinations. The small vibrant fishing village is one of Cornwall’s most well known and popular holiday destinations.
The Village of Port Isaac, was frequently used as a ‘set’ for filming the Poldark series, and ‘Nightmare Man’ where it was beautifully depicted albeit as a village in the Hebrides!

More recently the Port Isaac has become associated with the TV series ‘Doc Martin’ ( in which Port Isaac was transformed into the fictional Port Wenn) and the Film ‘ Saving Grace’.
After spending some time exploring Port Isaac we will make our way back to St Ives.