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Have you been to the Number 1 Most Instagrammed Place in the U.K.?

Nico McKenzie by Nico McKenzie

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Have you been to the Number 1 Most Instagrammed Place in the U.K.?

Where is the Number 1 most Instagrammed village in the UK?

Roam on to find out...

The UK has more than its fair share of pretty villages, but there’s one that is the most posted about.

The UK is filled with a huge amount of pretty villages. We’ve got coastal fishing villages, farming villages, villages that look like they haven’t changed in the last century (or four), villages that are just really lovely to look at.

But, there’s one that is the most posted about.

Clovelly, Devon

Car-free Clovelly is all cute cottages and cobbled streets leading down to the seafront. It’s easy to see why the ancient fishing village is the most Instagrammed in the UK.

Use our app Roam to explore this location, like you where indeed a local yourself, and find the best places to drink coffee while you capture the most Instagram-able Village in the U.K..

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