UK travel: Most popular beauty spot named – which came top?

The most popular beauty spots in the UK have been revealed. With many Britons having spent their summer on a staycation, they have rediscovered some of the most beautiful locations in the country.

Dating back to 3000 BC, the ring of stones has puzzled historians and tourists alike for decades.

In second place was St Ives in Cornwall.

Cornwall is one of Britons’ favourite staycation location and St Ives ticks all the boxes.

With turquoise waters, relaxed resort atmosphere and picture-perfect landscape, the town was voted best holiday destination by Coast Magazine.


Loch Ness in the Highlands came third.

It seems impossible to find someone who hasn’t heard of Loch Ness and its monster.

Aside from the myth, Loch Ness is also a favourite beauty spot for holidaymakers.

The beauty of the Highlands, a castle and lake activities all add up to Loch Ness making the top three of the most popular beauty spots in the UK.

Rounding up the Sealskinz list were five other beautiful locations around the UK.

Padstow in Cornwall, Southwold in Suffolk and the White Cliffs of Dover all made the list.

The bottom two beauty spots were The Roman Baths in Bath and Carlton Hill in Edinburgh.

Most popular beauty spots in the UK

1.     Stonehenge, Wiltshire

2.     St Ives, Cornwall

3.     Loch Ness, Scotland

4.     Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

5.     Durdle Door, Dorset

6.     Padstow, Cornwall

7.     Southwold, Suffolk

8.     White Cliffs of Dover, Sussex

9.     The Roman Baths, Somerset

10.  Carlton Hill, Edinburgh



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