Nature-based locations are always a hit with outdoors-loving holidaymakers, and MINI has looked at the wildest places away from the crowds.
Hidden gems around the country should give tourists and locals alike plenty to satisfy their wanderlust and could even become new favourites.
Uyea in Scotland
The uninhabited tidal island of Uyea is the UK’s best-hidden gem according to MINI.
Located in Shetland, Scotland, the island is only accessible during low tide, making it a true hidden gem.
With several natural arches, rocky coastlines and challenging rock climbs, Uyea is an adventurer’s paradise.
One of Shetland’s most challenging walks, the Sandvoe and Uyea Circular, should also give hikers all the wilderness they could want.
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