It's no secret to those of us who live in Dorset, that the county is the most beautiful in the country.

And now Lonely Planet’s Ultimate United Kingdom Travelist has picked out some of our most beautiful spots for their latest book.

Do you agree? Which parts of Dorset are your favourite? Where would you add? Tell us in the comments below.

Wild swim under Durdle Door

Bournemouth Echo: Durdle Door by Spencer Brown

Picture by Spencer Brown

Hike the 630 miles of the South West Coastal Path

Bournemouth Echo: From 'apple pie' villages to wild cliff tops: why the final leg of the South West Coast Path has got it all

Take a walk with fossilised dinosaurs on the Jurassic Coast

Bournemouth Echo: Kimmeridge

The view at Kimmeridge

Spy rare red squirrels on Brownsea Island

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Recreate a TV classic as you puff your way up Gold Hill

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Stroll along literary shores on Chesil Beach

Bournemouth Echo: Chesil beach

Relive the Civil War at Corfe Castle

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Sundown at Corfe Castle by Mike Watson​

Play lord of the manor at Dorset's Kingston Lacy

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Try not to blush at the impressive size of the Cerne Giant's weapons

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Cerne Abbas Giant. Picture: Graham Hunt​

Lonely Planet’s VP of Experience, Tom Hall, said: “Lonely Planet’s Ultimate United Kingdom Travelist brings together the UK’s most compelling sights and experiences, ranging from world-class museums and giant cathedrals to rollicking festivals, inky lochs and tiny pubs.

"Southwest England is home to some of the UK’s most captivating spots so it’s only right that a good number of the region’s wonderful offerings feature among our favourite.”