And then there were noneSet in 1939 with Britain on the brink of war, ten strangers are invited to stay on Soldier Island – an isolated rock just off the Devonshire coast. Cut off from the mainland, with their generous host mysteriously missing, they are each accused of a terrible crime. As truths, tales and lies begin to unravel and one of the party mysteriously dies; the group realise they may be harbouring a murder within their number...
Starring Poldark heart-throb Aidan Turner, alongside Game of Thrones star Charles Dance and Sam Neill, the programme was filmed against the dramatic backdrop of the Cornish coastline - with scenes featuring many well-known beauty spots including Newquay and the Lizard Peninsula.
Owned by the National Trust and situated within Mullion, the largest village on the Lizard Peninsula, this pretty working harbour is home to stunning views, large sea walls and a small, shingled beach.
Mullion is a fantastic area to visit in Cornwall, with plenty of surrounding beaches to visit and wild wilderness to explore on foot. It features in the adaptation as the beach, from which the boat is launched to take the strangers to their peril.
Starring as one of the beaches on the mysterious Solider Island, Kynance Cove is the destination in which the 10 strangers arrive, with the dark looming rocks providing a sense of foreboding for the rest of the drama.
Voted as one of the world’s best beaches, Kynance Cove boasts pure white sand and turquoise waters that contrast dramatically against the 200ft cliffs of serpentine rock that surround it – a truly stunning spot to visit in Cornwall
This large stretch of golden sand located on the north Cornish coastline is fantastic for families and surfers alike; with plenty of things to do - from taking your first ever surf lesson to exploring the many surrounding cliffs and caves.