DURDLE Door is fourth on a list of must-see destinations for those enjoying a staycation, according to a survey.

Research from Enterprise rent-a-car reveals the popular Dorset destination is beaten only by the Eden Project in Cornwall, Loch Ness in Scotland and the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland.

Many people are using travel restrictions as an opportunity to see more of the UK.

The research notes that a quarter of Britons deliberately plan to explore less visited areas of the UK on their next break. They’ll be driving more than 300 miles on average, and so will be able to take in many more remote destinations that are more easily reached by car.

Around one in five say they especially want to visit areas of high cultural interest (18 per cent) and more than one in four (27 per cent) say they want to support British hospitality.

In fifth to 10th place are Stonehenge in Wiltshire, Hadrian's Wall in Scotland, the Lake District, Edinburgh Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon and Cheddar Gorge in Somerset.

Durdle Door has been inundated with visitors this summer and has faced difficulties with social distancing and travel disruption.