New research has revealed that Cornwall’s Kynance Cove is the UK’s most Instagrammable beach in the UK. A study by photo wall art creator StoryBoards analysed Instagram hashtag data and the length of 50 of the UK’s most popular beaches to find the top ten beaches and coves with the highest hashtags per metre count.

The study found that Kynance Cove in Cornwall is the most Instagrammable beach in the UK. The cove has over 66,000 posts on Instagram, and with a length of just 200 metres, this equates to 331 posts per metre. Kynance Cove is known for its white sands and turquoise as the cove is part of the National Trust.

Taking second place is Brighton Beach, located in East Sussex. The popular tourist hotspot has over one million posts on Instagram, which equates to 214 posts per metre of the three-mile-long beach. Brighton Beach is host to multiple watersports such as windsurfing, Kayaking and sailing for tourists to enjoy.

Fistral Beach is the third most Instagrammable beach, with over 134,000 posts. Fistral Beach is often called the UK’s best surfing location and has 180 posts on Instagram per metre of beach. The beach is home to the international surfing centre and holds many surfing-related contests and events throughout the year.