BBC drama Poldark, shot on location in Cornwall, has sparked national interest to spend time on the county’s famously rugged coast and moorland.

Landal Gwel an Mor, the holiday resort near Portreath, has seen a huge spike in online searches looking to holiday with them (27.5 per cent increase compared to the same period last year) following the first episode of Poldark.

Poldark fans can explore the filming sites and can even stay in the exact same Landal Gwel an Mor accommodation that the stars and crew occupied during filming of the show, the state of the art, eco-friendly, Residence Collection lodges.

To celebrate the return of the popular television series, the resort has partnered with an expert Cornwall guide to take guests on a one or two day adventure across the local filming sites.

Through this journey, explorers can recreate their favourite scenes starring Aidan Turner as captain Ross Poldark.

The one-day Poldark tour journeys up to nearby St Agnes Head and then on to Bodmin Moor, followed by Charlestown.

This tour includes a number of other fascinating places on route including Wheal Coates and Chapel Porth. Those opting to embark on the two-day tour will also visit Botallack to Levant, Porthgwarra and head over to Gunwalloe.

Poldark fans joining the excursions will be collected from Landal Gwel an Mor at 9am.

Prices for the Poldark tours start from £58 per person and prices for a stay at Landal Gwel an Mor start from £518 for a seven-night break for five people sharing a ‘Lowena’ lodge.