Famous Cornwall Filming Locations

Even if you haven’t been to Cornwall before, you will probably have seen areas of it on television and in film. This is because a number of key areas in Cornwall are used as filming locations. Cornwall is home to some of the UK’s most impressive landscapes and scenery, as well as gorgeous beaches. It’s unlike anywhere else in the country and this impressive location variety means that it has a lot to offer. It doesn’t matter what a television show or film requires, a great filming location can usually be found in and around Cornwall.

Famous Filming Locations in Cornwall 

There are a tonne of famous filming locations in Cornwall, with some even being featured in multiple projects. Without having been to Cornwall, it’s possible to get a good idea of what it has to offer. Here are some of the famous filming locations that you may recognise:

  • Bodmin Moor – Bodmin Moor is one of the most popular filming locations in Cornwall thanks to its dramatic landscape and vast open spaces. It has recently been used as the location for a number of exterior scenes in BBC One’s Poldark.
  • The Eden Project – It’ll come as no surprise that The Eden Project is often used as a filming location in Cornwall, as it’s so unique. As well as being used for documentaries and news stories, it was used in the James Bond film Die Another Day back in 2002.
  • Port Isaac – If you’re a fan of Doc Martin, you will be familiar with Port Isaac. Port Isaac is used as the main filming location for the television series, with a number of key sights being featured. It’s so well known as a filming location that there are now Doc Martin walking tours available.
  • Porthluney Cove – Cornwall is well known for its great beaches and they often crop up as filming locations. Porthluney Cove, which is located close by to St. Austell, was featured in Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. East Portholland was also used as a filming location for the movie.

With such beautiful scenery and dramatic views, it’s easy to see why so many films and television shows are filmed in Cornwall. At Healey’s Cyder Farm, this is something that we’re hugely proud of. If you’re heading to Cornwall to check out some of these great filming locations, make sure you find the time to pop in to the farm. To find out more, get in touch.

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