From fairytale scenes to exotic-looking beaches, we pick out some of our favourite Instagram photos of the heatwave in England.
From the shadowy rocks to the multi-coloured sky, this blissful location can be found on Cornwall’s plenty to be amazed by in this photo.
Technically, you can eat strawberries and cream all year round, but there's just something about the sun that makes it taste better.
Running through fields seems extra appealing with views like this.
Is there any end to the horizon in this picture? That gorgeous blue sky just seems to go forever.
This is Highclere Castle, the stately home starlet in Hampshire which doubled as Downton Abbey.
We love the London icon from this angle with the sun lighting it from behind and David Wayne’s Girl with the Dolphin statue in shot.
Old Harry and his wives have been a part of Dorset’s Jurassic Coast for hundreds of years, but this must rank as one of the best sunrises he’s seen.
Welwyn Garden City
We’re no Dr. Dolittle, but it seems to us that these horses are having a great time frolicking in the sun.
From this photo, it’s easy to see why Eastnor Castle is in-demand as both a wedding venue and a filming location.
Feeling adventurous? Now is the ideal time to get out there and scale a mountain in the Lake District.
There’s nothing quite like a dash to the seaside; just looking at this makes us want to feel the sand between our toes.
St Margaret's Bay Beach
Beaches aren’t just about the sea - check out the contrast between the green seaweed and the White Cliffs of Dover.
This refreshing scene is in Bakewell, also home to the famous baked good of the same name. Once you’ve revived your tootsies in a stream head into town to buy a Bakewell Pudding.
We can just imagine the heady aroma of this lavender field in the summer heat.
Hastings Old Town is a real hidden gem, lined with wonky tudor houses and cute cafes and boutiques. Have you visited yet?
Robin Hood's Bay
Located in the scenic Robin Hood’s Bay in North Yorkshire, this cosy pastel cottage is ideal for a summer getaway and makes for a great gram too. Get snapping.
Peek between these floral houses and you'll be treated with yet another epic view. One look at the deep blue sea will have you running out the door in search of adventure.
This spectacular shot is of Woolacombe Beach – a haven for surfers.
The Haystacks in the Lake District is a popular place for hikers, and this early morning photo perfectly captures why.
England’s southernmost point lies on a peninsula known as The Lizard and there’s no better time to jump into the clear blue sea at Kynance Cove than during the heatwave.
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