5 hidden travel spots – see the hidden gems of the UK!

Freshwater West - Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire - South West Wales
King's Lynn, Norfolk - the Great Ouse
The Tamar Otter sanctuary - North Petherwin, Cornwall
The Applecross Peninsula - North West Scotland

This obscure beach is one of the most remote locations in the UK, but it has some five-star credentials. The scenes at Shell Cottage in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows were recorded here - which means SPOILER ALERT! You might find Dobby the House Elf buried beneath the seaweed

Monday, July 18, 2016

Using GPS technology to analyse more than 500,000 routes, mapping experts Ordnance Survey have revealed some of the most walked tracks in the UK. 

The top two are Keswick and Ambleside, both in the Lake District National Park, followed by Guildford, City of Westminster, Richmond-upon-Thames, Winchester, Leeds, Sheffield, Bath and Bakewell, in Derbyshire.

But what about the beautiful places where few people go?

Check out the gallery above for five of the country's more remote locations. Where do YOU go to escape the crowds and enjoy a peaceful day out?