Where's the best place to camp in the UK? We've got together with Cool Camping to select the best views from a tent, from the remote landscape of the Scilly Isles to the sandy shores of the Scottish coastline. Whether it's a quaint campsite in the grounds of a country cottage, or pitching up at the foot of some of Britain's wildest mountains, Cool Camping has personally inspected each destination.
Kia Sorento has teamed up with AOL Travel to make sure you camping trip goes with a bang this summer. Click on the gallery below to see some of the best views from a tent you'll get in the UK...
Cool Camping Britain's best views from a tent
Britain's best views from a tent
Sango Sands, an almost mystical cliff-stop spot at the far end of Britain offers some truly spectacular scenery.
With amazing vertical, rocky scenery and a whole gamut of challenging walks, Gwern Gof Isaf Farm is a legendary campsite and your gateway to Snowdonia.
A spiritual atmosphere pervades at this holistic Cotswold retreat, and Holycombe comes with suitably awe-inspiring views to match.
With the Scilly Isles enjoying more than its fair share of the UK's average sunshine, Troytown Campsite is a far-flung beachfront site has sun-drenched seascape views to die for.
A tranquil Dorset haven with fifteen acres of enchanting woodland, the wildflowers and lakes are yours to explore at Riversidelakes.
The ever-popular Pembrokeshire site of Newgale offers unparalleled views and easy access to one of Wales' most popular surfing beaches.
The pastoral paradise of Little Meadow on the North Devon coast offers magnificent ocean views from the tiered camping field stretch to Wales and the choppy Atlantic beyond.
With your nearest neighbours to the north-west of the Icelandic, the sublimely located Lickisto Blackhouse on the Isle of Harris invites you to ruminate before the endless expanse of rock, sea and sky before you.
The idyllic Somerset site of Huntstile Organic Farm offers views of the picturesque Quantock Hills – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that inspired the Romantic poets.
Hooks House Farm is family-friendly and refreshingly low-key and the expansive vistas from this North Yorks site are truly enviable.
Deep in the heart of the Lake District, away from the throngs at Windermere, the tranquil Great Langdale sits in the shadow of the imposingly grand Langdale Pikes.
The full-circle views from the peaceful Welsh borders site at Foxholes Castle let you take in every undulating hillock along the 139-mile stretch of the Shropshire Way.
Caolasnacon is a secluded lochside retreat with sweeping panoramas of mountains and burns. Simply breathtaking.
The very definition of "getting away from it all", Badrallach is a ruggedly wild site on the remote Scoraig peninsula with stunning views over Little Loch Broome and the mighty An Teallach mountain.
Ardnamurchan is a majestic Highland hideaway on Scotland's west coast is ideally situated to unlock the secrets of one of the least-known parts of Britain.