Suffolk has been named as the best place to see the stars in the country. 

Park Holidays UK analysed data to find the top stargazing destinations in the UK based after interest surged after the aurora borealis appeared in the sky across the country. 

The Northern Lights are normally only visible in northern parts of the British Isles, and parts of Scandinavia.

Park Holidays UK revealed the Suffolk coast is the best spot to stargaze due to low light pollution levels. 

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The holiday operator said: "Nestled along the picturesque coastline, East Suffolk boasts expansive vistas and minimal light pollution, offering stargazers unparalleled clarity to marvel at the celestial wonders above. 

"The Suffolk landscapes are filled full with charming villages and rolling countryside, and nature enthusiasts can immerse themselves in the unspoiled views of the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty."

To see more stars in the sky, the best places to stargaze are on clear nights in darker areas away from the bright lights of towns and cities.