Join us on a for a very special Doc Martin tour from London to visit the filming locations of the show. This unique tour will only take place in the spring and summer of 2019, while the filming for Season nine is underway! This could be the final season of Doc Martin, so don't miss out!
Visit Port Isaac: the main Doc Martin filming location. Whilst here you will see all of the places featured in the show, like the Doc's House and Mrs Tishall's pharmacy. You'll also have a tour of 'Portwenn'.
Take a trip to the charming nearby villages of Port Gaverne and Port Quin, which also feature as filming locations.
Absorb the breathtaking scenery of Cornwall's North Atlantic Coast.
Try an authentic Cornish pasty and fresh local seafood, and during the tour you'll also visit Winchester, Exeter, Avebury and Glastonbury.
This tour starts and finishes in London. It includes minibus transportation, the services of a professional Tour Leader, a walking tour of Port Isaac and two-nights accommodation.
This tour includes:
Our Doc Martin tour from London starts at the Mercure Kensington London Hotel, at 09.00am on the morning of departure. Please arrive at at least 15 minutes before. Click here for more information.
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Winchester and Exeter
Our Doc Martin adventure begins by departing London and heading west towards the charming city of Winchester. This was England’s capital for a short period, and is still synonymous with King Alfred the...
Our Doc Martin adventure begins by departing London and heading west towards the charming city of Winchester. This was England’s capital for a short period, and is still synonymous with King Alfred the Great who made it so. Whilst here you can visit the beautiful 11th century Norman Cathedral, which is where the famous writer Jane Austen is buried. You can also see the Great Hall, which is the only surviving part of Winchester castle and home to a King Arthur round table. After lunch it's time to continue the journey west towards the Roman city of Exeter. Home to another beautiful cathedral, you can also seek out the ancient Roman remains, or follow the city wall which is 70% intact. Other things to do here include seeing the 'House that moved' or exploring the Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM). Next it's time to cross the border into Cornwall and head to the hotel where you'll spend two nights.
Doc Martin Filming Locations
Glastonbury and Avebury
This morning starts by making the journey to the legendary town of Glastonbury; a quirky ‘New-Age’ place now famous for its music festival. In 1191, the monks of Glastonbury Abbey found a tomb containing the...
This morning starts by making the journey to the legendary town of Glastonbury; a quirky ‘New-Age’ place now famous for its music festival. In 1191, the monks of Glastonbury Abbey found a tomb containing the body of King Arthur, who after being mortally wounded in battle, died at Avalon. Thought to be Glastonbury Tor, this is also where, centuries before, Joseph of Arimithea had hidden a chalice containing the blood of Christ; the Holy Grail. It’s alleged that Joseph had previously visited Glastonbury with Christ himself; a story that inspired William Blake's poem Jerusalem. After lunch our adventure continues through the English countryside to the small village of Avebury; home to the largest stone-circle in the world. This neolithic monument was constructed around 4,500 years ago and given its location in the fields around the village, you can walk around the stones and even touch them! Now it's time to return to London where this Doc Martin tour concludes.
Extras: Meals, entry to attractions