Experience the unique South West of England, famous for its stunning coastline, amazing seafood and cream teas, quaint fishing villages and Doc Martin and Poldark. Dramatic cliffs and sandy beaches dotted with evidence of its mining heritage, the wild landscape of Dartmoor, the delights of the Lost Gardens of Heligan, literary highlights such as the Helford River that inspired Daphne Du Maurier’s Frenchman’s Creek.
At Cornwall DMC we use local knowledge to create unique itineraries for groups large and small looking to explore the facinating history that Devon & Cornwall has to offer. With a complete service we can arrange all your accommodation, transport and guides.
Dartmoor – southern England’s greatest expanse of wilderness, here you will also find some of the area’s grandest houses, quaint villages, delightful towns and welcoming thatched pubs.
Exeter – the capital of Devon situated on the River Exe is full of history and has a vibrant cultural life.
Plymouth – one of Britain’s greatest seafaring cities. From Smeaton’s Tower on the Hoe there are wonderful panoramic views of the surrounding area.
Powderham Castle – is the home of the Earls of Devon and situated in a beautiful deer park on the River Exe near to Exeter. Designed by the famous architect, James Wyatt and a lavish Rococo Staircase and not to be missed on any group tour of South West England.
Lost Gardens of Heligan – the gardens had been neglected and overgrown and became forgotten until they were discovered in 1990 and then restored to their former glory.
Mevagissey – picturesque old buildings flank the step and extremely narrow streets of this ancient fishing port, popular with visitors.
Padstow – a private Sea Safari departing from Padstow Harbour to view a myriad of sea life that occupy the Cornish waters and coastline. Then enjoy dinner at Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant
St Ives – the town is crammed full of shops and cafes situated around the harbour and standing high above the wonderful Porthmeor beach is the Tate Gallery
St Michael’s Mount – accessed by a causeway at low water, follow in the footsteps of pilgrims and discover legend, myth and over a thousand years of history.