Top Poldark walks

Lots of the scenes in the BBC TV series, Poldark, were filmed on coast and countryside that’s looked after by the National Trust. Here are some walking routes that take you past either sites used in the TV series, or areas that are rich in mining and Cornish history so that you can experience real life Poldark country.

Botallack Mine near St Just, Cornwall

Botallack mining walk

Discover Cornish mining heritage on this beautiful walk around Botallack.

View to Loe Bar and open sea from Bar Lodge, Penrose, Cornwall.

Silver dollars, shipwrecks and scenic views walk

Discover a medieval settlement, the silver coins washed ashore from the San Salvador Spanish ship wreck and the Gunwalloe Marsh birdlife as you follow this Cornish trail.

Looking towards the old mine buildings on the St Agnes circular walk

White Rocks to St Agnes Beacon Loop

An easy walk taking in the coastline and St Agnes Beacon.

Friendly cattle grazing coastal fields, Cape Cornwall

St Just Coastal walk

Learn more about the industrial heritage of this part of Cornwall on a stunning walk across coastal heathland.

A view across a beautifully rippled sandy beach

Amazing beach walk at Holywell and Crantock

A flip-flop friendly walk across stunning sandy beach and towering dunes.

Explore Botallack Mine with Julia Bradbury