UK’s best ‘hidden gem’ is ‘often forgotten about’

During August, the UK hits peak holiday season and honeypot areas are often packed with tourists.

Britons looking to get off the beaten track might want to pay a visit to one of the UK’s undiscovered staycation hidden gems this year.

A new study from unearthed some of the world’s most underrated attractions.

Aleksandrs Buraks, at, said: “With the summer season upon us, we wanted to explore the attractions around the world that are often forgotten about.

“From caves in the UK to gothic bone churches in the Czech Republic, there is bound to be something for everyone to experience in these warmer months.

“Our inclusion of car rental and petrol costs is important as it allows travellers to understand the cost implications of their trip before setting off, allowing them to pick a destination that is suitable for them.”

The UK’s best hidden gem was Fingal’s Cave on the Isle of Staffa in Scotland’s Inner Hebrides.

The sea cave on the uninhabited island is owned by the National Trust for Scotland and can be visited on a sightseeing cruise.

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The mystical cave is a hub for some of the UK’s prettiest wildlife and tourists may be able to see the island’s puffin colony.

A tourist ‘Chris W’ wrote on Tripadvisor: “This is an amazing place to go see. Getting to see the puffins and the cave in one trip is definitely the way to do it.”

‘Malgorzata’ wrote: “A must see if you are on the west coast of Scotland. The cave is hauntingly beautiful.”

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The world’s most undiscovered hidden gems

  1. Fingal’s Cave, Scotland
  2. Rakotzbrucke Devil’s Bridge, Germany
  3. Valle dei Mulini, Italy
  4. Sedlec Ossuary, Czech Republic
  5. Hidden Beach, Mexico
  6. Skellig Michael, Ireland
  7. Hobbiton, New Zealand
  8. The Enchanted Forest, Canada
  9. Glowworm Tunnel, Australia
  10. The Blue Forest, Belgium

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