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Discover Hidden Gems on Your Cornwall Holiday Adventure

Specialist Group Tour Operator & DMC for Cornwall & Isles of Scilly

When it comes to Cornwall, most groups of travelers are familiar with its popular attractions and well-known destinations. However, for those seeking a truly unique and off-the-beaten-path. As Cornwall experts in group travel we offer a glimpse into the authentic charm of this captivating region.

About Us

Based in Cornwall we’re the only full service destination management company for our region. Recommended partner of Visit Cornwall, the official tourism board, we work with tour operators, travel agents and individual group leaders offering it as part of complete packages that can include London, Southern England and the rest of the UK & Ireland.

What we offer:

We’d be pleased to answer any questions you have or to discuss the possibility of creating special interest, history and cultural tours for you or your clients.

Here are just a selection we can include in an itinerary

Nectan’s Glen and Waterfall: Discover the magical St. Nectan’s Glen, an ancient woodland near Tintagel. Follow the footpaths through moss-covered trees and be rewarded with the sight of a spectacular waterfall cascading into a sacred rocky basin. This hidden gem offers a serene atmosphere, making it an ideal spot for reflection, meditation, and reconnecting with nature.

Polperro and the South West Coast Path: Escape to the picturesque fishing village of Polperro, known for its narrow streets, colorful cottages, and scenic harbor. Wander along the South West Coast Path, a trail that winds through stunning coastal cliffs and secluded coves. Experience breathtaking views, encounter wildlife, and immerse yourself in the raw beauty of Cornwall’s rugged coastline.

Fowey and the Fowey Estuary: Visit the charming town of Fowey, nestled on the banks of the Fowey Estuary. Explore the narrow streets lined with quaint shops, cafes, and art galleries. Embark on a boat trip along the estuary, meandering through tranquil waters surrounded by lush greenery, historic landmarks, and glimpses of wildlife.ath experience, Cornwall also boasts a treasure trove of hidden gems waiting to be discovered.

Godrevy Head and Godrevy Beach (Hayle): Discover the unspoiled beauty of Godrevy Head and Godrevy Beach, a hidden coastal gem near Hayle. Enjoy breathtaking views from the headland, spot seals basking on the rocks, and take leisurely walks along the sandy beach. It’s a serene and secluded spot perfect for nature lovers and those seeking tranquility.

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Bedruthan Steps (Mawgan Porth): Witness the dramatic rock formations and towering cliffs at Bedruthan Steps, located near Mawgan Porth. Take in the awe-inspiring scenery and enjoy panoramic vistas of the rugged coastline. As the tide recedes, you can even explore the sandy coves and caves that reveal themselves along this stunning stretch of beach.

Cape Cornwall (St. Just): Escape to Cape Cornwall, a rugged headland near St. Just that offers a peaceful and untouched atmosphere. Take a leisurely hike along the coastal paths, relishing in the breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. Don’t miss the iconic Cape Cornwall Mine chimney, which stands as a testament to Cornwall’s mining heritage.

Looe Island (St. George’s Island): Escape to the enchanting Looe Island, also known as St. George’s Island, located just off the coast of Looe. Accessible by boat, this secluded island offers a peaceful retreat with its sandy beaches, tranquil woodland, and rich wildlife. Take a guided tour, explore the island’s diverse flora and fauna, and enjoy the serenity of this hidden coastal gem.

Poly Joke Beach (Newquay): Discover the untouched beauty of Poly Joke Beach, a secluded gem located near Newquay. Accessed via a picturesque coastal walk, this hidden cove offers golden sands, rugged cliffs, and crystal-clear waters. Enjoy a peaceful beach day, explore the rock pools, and bask in the natural serenity away from the busier tourist spots.

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Lizard Peninsula (Helston): Explore the stunning Lizard Peninsula, the southernmost point of mainland Britain, known for its untouched landscapes and unique geology. Visit the secluded Kynance Cove, with its crystal-clear waters and dramatic cliffs. Discover hidden fishing villages like Cadgwith and Coverack, where you can experience authentic Cornish charm.

Wheal Coates (St. Agnes): Explore the atmospheric ruins of Wheal Coates, an old tin mine perched on the cliffs near St. Agnes. This lesser-known historical site provides a glimpse into Cornwall’s mining heritage. Take in the sweeping coastal views, learn about the area’s industrial past, and soak up the dramatic scenery surrounding this hidden gem.

Portholland (Roseland Peninsula): Escape to the picturesque twin villages of East and West Portholland on the Roseland Peninsula. This hidden coastal retreat boasts charming cottages, a peaceful beach, and stunning views of the sea. Take leisurely walks along the coastal path, savor a picnic on the beach, and revel in the tranquility of this lesser-explored destination.

Carn Euny Ancient Village (Sancreed): Step back in time at Carn Euny Ancient Village, a remarkable archaeological site near Sancreed. Explore the remains of Iron Age stone houses and underground passages known as fogous. Wander through the peaceful landscape and imagine life in this ancient settlement, surrounded by stunning countryside.

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