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Herne Bay and Botony Bay make list of most Instagram-worthy beaches

Britain's most Instagram-worthy beaches have been revealed, and two of Kent's finest seaside spots have made the list.

Herne Bay came second in the list compiled by TravelSupermarket, beaten only by Bournemouth.

Botany Bay in Broadstairs was awarded fifth place.

The beauty spots have a combined total of more than 130,000 hashtags between them.

To celebrate the beauty spots, here are a selection of the finest pictures from Instagram and the KentOnline archive.

1 - Dogs play in the sand at Herne Bay

Dogs at Herne Bay beach. Picture: Liz Gregg photosbylizzie.co.uk
Dogs at Herne Bay beach. Picture: Liz Gregg photosbylizzie.co.uk

2 - A seagull at Botany Bay, by Ernesta Rudyte

3 - Botany Bay, by Carole Adams

Carole Adams sent in this stunning picture of Botany Bay at sunset
Carole Adams sent in this stunning picture of Botany Bay at sunset

4 - Herne Bay Pier at sunset, by David Townsend

5 - Botany Bay at low tide

A view across the sandy foreshore at low tide
A view across the sandy foreshore at low tide

6 - Herne Bay Pier, by Scott Kendall

Not a bad evening to paddle out to Herne bay pier 👌 #kayak #canoe #sunset #hernebay

A post shared by Scott Kendall (@scottkendallphotography) on

7 - Botany Bay, by Angela D'Cruz

8 - The Old Herne Bay Pier, by Clare Edmonds, Herne Bay Photographic Club

The Old Herne Bay Pier. Picture: Clare Edmonds, Herne Bay Photographic Club
The Old Herne Bay Pier. Picture: Clare Edmonds, Herne Bay Photographic Club

9 - Botany Bay, by Florian Wimbauer

10 - Swimmers at Herne Bay, by Jacqui Woolf

11 - Botany Bay, by Terry Scott

Botany Bay. Picture: Terry Scott
Botany Bay. Picture: Terry Scott

Don't forget to follow Kent_Online on Instagram for more pictures - and #KentOnline so we can share our favourites

The KentOnline Instagram nametag
The KentOnline Instagram nametag

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