THESE stunning images captured by photographers reveal the UK’s "hidden gems" - and a Brighton landmark has made the list.

Here some incredible photographs of the beauty spots across the UK - the full list can be found below.

The Argus: An incredible photograph of the Peak DistrictAn incredible photograph of the Peak District

Research into 2,000 adults identified which places they’re most eager to see for themselves - with 38% looking forward to exploring new getaways once allowed.

The Argus: Sycamore Gap in NorthumberlandSycamore Gap in Northumberland

The Peak District and Yorkshire are among the top choices for a break - with the Isle of Wight and Snowdonia also sought after for a peaceful holiday.

The Argus: The Royal PavilionThe Royal Pavilion

St Ives, Dorset and the New Forest were also high on the list - with two in five agreeing they now have a new zest for life in the UK, thanks to the events of 2020.

The Argus: Keld in CumbriaKeld in Cumbria

Stunning photography, captured on the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G series, features the "hidden gems" in many of these areas - to inspire those last-minute staycations.

The Argus: Lower Slaughter in the CotswoldsLower Slaughter in the Cotswolds

Picturesque spots include the Sentinels, Ilfracombe at sunset and the Lower Slaughter sunrise.

The Argus: Llangorse Lake in BreconLlangorse Lake in Brecon

When it comes to things Brits are most looking forward to when revisiting their favourite place, the views, new areas, the beach, eating fish and chips and taking photos scored highest.

The Argus: Stack Rocks in PembrokeshireStack Rocks in Pembrokeshire

And one in 10 even confessed to secretly looking forward to the inevitable service station stop.

The Argus: The lone tree near Malham in North YorkshireThe lone tree near Malham in North Yorkshire

The research was commissioned by Samsung.

The Argus: Gold Hill in DorsetGold Hill in Dorset

Spokeswoman Sharon Hegarty said: “This last year has seen a variety of different restrictions in place, advising us to stay home and stay local more than ever before.

The Argus: Blackpool TowerBlackpool Tower

“Let’s face it, there’s no surprise that whether it’s with families, households or in a group of 6, we are excited to get back out there and explore again when it’s safe to do so.”

The Argus: The Mermaid and Stag Rocks at Freshwater BayThe Mermaid and Stag Rocks at Freshwater Bay

Post-lockdown, half of the population are simply eager to get out of the house, and 29% are happy to be spending time with family who they’ve not been able to see for a long time.

The Argus: The Isles of ScillyThe Isles of Scilly

A fifth admit they’ve never been on a staycation before until now, according to the OnePoll figures.

The Argus: Lyndhurst in the New ForestLyndhurst in the New Forest

However, for 57% leaving their local town and going back to their favourite UK holiday spot is top of their list for when restrictions are lifted.

The Argus: Glaslyn Lake, SnowdoniaGlaslyn Lake, Snowdonia

A third are bored of being in their hometown and cannot wait to rediscover places elsewhere.

The Argus: St Ives, CornwallSt Ives, Cornwall

And almost two thirds agreed they will no longer take leaving their local area and rediscovering different places for granted.

The Argus: Ilfracombe in DevonIlfracombe in Devon

Samsung has enlisted the help of local photographers to share a list of tips for budding landscape photographers hoping to get the most out of their images.

The Argus:  Towan Beach, Newquay Towan Beach, Newquay

They include doing a thorough weather report beforehand, and using height to give photos new perspective, even when using nothing more than a mobile phone.

The Argus: The ancient city of BathThe ancient city of Bath

Sharon Hegarty added: “Working with local photographers has helped uncover the beauty of the UK, identifying those hidden gems which very few people know exist, let alone realise are just around the corner.

The Argus: Derwent Water in the Lake DistrictDerwent Water in the Lake District

“Using the advanced pro-grade camera, Dual Tele Zoom and Ultra-wide lens in the Galaxy S21 5G, you can capture landscape shots that rival even the most tropical of destinations, meaning you’ll never miss a thing.”

The full list

1. The Lake District – Derwent Water

2. Devon - Ilfracombe

3. The Cotswolds – Lower Slaughter

4. Peak District – Winnats Pass

5. Yorkshire – Limestone Pavement

6. Isle of Wight – The Mermaid and Stag Rocks at Freshwater Bay

7. Dorset – Gold Hill, Shaftesbury

8. Whitby – Coast view

9. Snowdonia - Glaslyn Lake from the miner's track

10. St Ives – Harbour view

11. Bath – Alexandra Park view

12. New Forest – Lyndhurst

13. Blackpool – Blackpool Tower

14. Isles of Scilly – Beach view

15. Bournemouth - Beach view

16. Pembrokeshire – Stack Rocks

17. Northumberland – Sycamore Gap

18. Newquay – Towan Beach

19. Cumbria – Countryside near Keld

20. Brighton – Royal Pavillion

21. Brecon Beacons - Llangorse Lake