The UK has hidden gems all over the country (Picture: Getty)Lockdown has put the brakes on holidays abroad for summer 2020.
Although restrictions around travel have loosened somewhat, it will likely be quite some time before everything goes back to normal (and you can travel without having to self-isolate on arrival).
Not to fret, Britain is full of hidden gems that you can spend the next few months exploring.
From stunning waterfalls in the north east to white sandy beaches in Scotland, here are eight of the best beauty spots that you can enjoy on UK soil.
Lundy island, Devon
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What a view (Picture: Getty)In Devon County’s Bristol Channel, you’ll find Lundy island.
Renowned for its mind-blowing views, this landmark is owned by the Natural Trust.
You can do a day trip and go climbing (the Devil’s Slide is a big hit with climbers) diving and fishing, or just walk along the three-mile long island and enjoy its beauty.
However, do note that Lundy is currently closed for visitors until 16 June.
Isle of Harris & Lewis, Scotland
Seilebost beach on Isle of Harris (Picture: Getty)Don’t let the name fool you – this is indeed one island, but with two parts.
There’s a wide mix of terrain to survey, from mountains to hills, white sandy beaches to moorlands and meadows.
Or just choose a nice spot got a tan and a swim in the glistening waters.
It might look like Scotland, but pour yourself a Sangria and it’ll feel like Spain.
At the time of writing, tourists are asked not to travel the island due to the pandemic – but hopefully, this will change over the coming weeks.