The UK’s Most Photogenic Nature Locations to Visit this Summer

The UK’s Most Photogenic Nature Locations to Visit this Summer

The UK’s Most Photogenic Nature Locations to Visit this Summer

The UK is full of stunning scenery to enjoy with your family and the summer is usually the best time to head out and explore what this country has to offer. Plus, it’s the school holidays so the kids are home and need entertaining.

If you are looking for ideas for a UK staycation or a family day out somewhere, you’ll find some brilliant and beautiful locations to visit in this blog post.

The UK’s Most Photogenic Nature Locations to Visit this Summer

Absolutely Bear conducted a study using Instagram data to show which UK locations and nature spots are the most instagrammed – a modern way of showing which locations are popular and the most photogenic. You can read more about the study here and see the results below.

The UK’s Top 15 Most-Instagrammed Nature Spots (& no. of Instagram posts)

  1. Lake District, Cumbria – 3,640,121
  2. Dorset Downs, Hampshire – 1,031,686
  3. Stonehenge, Wiltshire – 801,241
  4. Kew Gardens, London – 663,533
  5. Yorkshire Dales, N. Yorkshire and Cumbria – 610,447
  6. Loch Ness, Inverness – 564,176
  7. Loch Lomond, Southern Scotland – 508,420
  8. Richmond Park, London – 418,571
  9. Brecon Beacons, South Wales – 404,791
  10. Seven Sisters, Sussex – 371,730
  11. Giant’s Causeway, County Antrim – 307,412
  12. Durdle Door, Dorset – 266,193
  13. Ben Nevis, Scottish Highlands – 218,041
  14. Eden Project, Cornwall – 206,427
  15. Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire – 161,773
The UK’s Most Photogenic Nature Locations to Visit this Summer

I’m sure this list will give you some ideas for places to visit both near and far. Heading out on family walks and hikes and spending time in nature has been our favourite family activity over the past couple of years with the pandemic and the lockdowns.

Peak District

Now that we can travel further again, I look forward to visiting some new places and camping with my family too. I’ve not been to most of the places on the above list so am looking forward to checking them out on future family adventures. In the photo above, you can see one of our favourites – the Peak District. What’s next on your list?

Thank you to Absolutely Bear for sharing the results from this study with me.

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