This week the UK was finally blessed with sunny skies and warm weather which has led to dozens of people to venture outdoors and discover some of the most stunning beaches across the country.
Where better to share our home-grown summer scenery and picturesque views than TikTok? Yep, users of the social media app have captured their adventures under the hashtag #ukbeaches which has now accumulated more than 1.3 million views.
So, if you looking for inspiration for where to go this weekend, keep reading.
TikToker @hannahrebecca__x visited Newquay beach in Cornwall and captioned the video "Ibiza or England?" and we can totally see why some viewers would have thought she was on the Spanish island.
Hannah filmed the glorious sunset and golden sand and people in the comments were shook. One person wrote: "Whaaat! This is so beautiful. I'm going to have to visit when I'm back in the UK."
Hannah posted another video from Cornwall's Fistral beach bar. The setting sun and golden sands would fool anyone into thinking she was actually on a tropical island. "UK?????????? Wow," one person typed.
"Looks amazing!!" added another commenter.
In response to all the hype Cornwall's beaches are now getting on TikTok, the user @londonandbeyond2020 posted a video from Brancaster Beach in Norfolk. In the video they said: "Everyone talks about how beautiful Cornwall is, but look at Norfolk."
A commenter wrote: "UK beaches are so elite."
Several people in the comments also recommended Holkham Beach as a top summer destination
Another TikToker, @rabiaansari, shared footage of another beautiful beach near Weymouth called Lulworth Cove.
The video starts with Rabio walking down steps towards the idyllic sandy beach which is surrounded by cliffs and landforms. The beach itself is close to the rock arch of Durdle Door and is located on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset.
Last year we told you about one beach located on UK shores that looks as if it could be plucked from the Caribbean.
If you're heading to Cornwall, on England's rugged southwestern tip, you'll find Kynance Cove - a stunning beach that's often compared to an exotic paradise.
Part of the famous Lizard peninsula, the cove boasts beautiful dark green and red serpentine-like rock formations, white sand beaches and - when the sun shines - turquoise blue water.
We're spoilt for choice! Let's hope the sun sticks around so we can visit them all...
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