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Viewpoints across the UK make for fantastic backdrops for a caravan holiday. And the best places to stop and enjoy the views have been named in a new study.

Compiled by Nationwide Vehicle Contracts, the best UK views for caravans are in and there are scattered all over the country.

In the top spot is Mourne Mountains in County Down.

The Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is the perfect place to stop and enjoy the vistas.

Snowdonia National Park in North Wales takes second place.

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In third, the Isle of Skye is a popular viewpoint.

The UK is home to so many beautiful views, it’s hard to pick the best one.

However, at the beginning of the year, Britons were asked to do just that by London North Eastern Railway.

Loch Ness came first for Britons, followed by Lake Windermere and the London Eye.

The Tower of London and St Ives in Cornwall rounded up the top five of the most picturesque views for Britons.

The new list by Nationwide Vehicle Contracts was compiled by looking at social media, Google ratings and petrol prices.

The 20 most popular viewpoints in the UK
1. Mourne Mountains, County Down, Northern Ireland

2. Snowdonia, North Wales, Wales

3. Isle of Skye, Scotland

4. Quiraing, North West Scotland, Scotland

5. Peak District, England

6. Jurassic Coast, England

7. Cairngorms, Highlands, Scotland

8. Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh, Scotland

9. Dartmoor, Devon, England

10. Worms Head, South West Wales, Wales

11. Brecon Beacons, Wales

12. North York Moors, Whitby, England

13. Glencoe Mountain Resort, Highlands, Scotland

14. Exmoor, W. Somerset/N. Devon, England

15. Three Cliffs Bay, Swansea, Wales

16. Glen Etive, Highlands, Scotland

17. Loch Lomond, Stirlingshire, Scotland

18. Carn Llidi, Pembrokeshire, Wales

19. Gower Peninsula, South Wales, Wales

20. Strangford Lough, County Down, Northern Ireland
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