Researchers have found a number of locations in Scotland to be among the most desirable in the UK, using TikTok views and searches.

The experts noted that the UK is home to a number of desirable properties and postcodes with many of these offering a blend of stunning architecture and beautiful surroundings.

After completing the research, it was revealed that dozens of Scottish towns made the top 60 to be among the most desired places to live.

Areas in Argyll and Bute, Aberdeenshire, East Lothian and Fife were named in this list compiled by the experts over at

The National: (Tripadvisor) The Isle of Mull was praised for its stunning scnenery (Tripadvisor) The Isle of Mull was praised for its stunning scnenery (Image: Tripadvisor)

Locations in Scotland ranked among the most desirable in the UK

Here are the seven most desirable Scottish locations with their UK rank, average house price and TikTok views:

9. Isle of Mull, Argyll and Bute

Average house price in 2022: 280,779

TikTok views: 5,100,000

14. Braemar, Aberdeenshire

Average house price in 2022: 295,202

TikTok views: 3,500,000

25. Craigellachie, Moray 

Average house price: 182,943

TikTok views: 623,800

31. Killearn, Stirling and Falkirk

Average house price: 487,418

TikTok views: 364,500

32. Isle of Islay, Argyll and Bute

Average house price: 236,202

TikTok views: 358,300

40. Gullane, East Lothian

Average house price: 399,958

TikTok views: 224,200

57. Elie, Fife

Average house price: 539,639

TikTok views: 10,200

Isle of Mull, Braemar and Craigellachie named among most desirable places

In Scotland, the Isle of Mull took the top spot with more than five million views on the short-form video app TikTok.

The Isle of Mull, off the west coast of Scotland, offers breathtaking scenery, diverse wildlife and plenty of outdoor activities as well as stunning beaches.

Many have praised the location for attractions like the Tobermory Distillery on Tripadvisor, with one reviewer saying: "We had a very personal tour of this small distillery, albeit fast because we had to catch our bus back to the ferry, and came away more knowledgeable about the Scotch making history."

Next was the small town of Braemar in north east with its proximity to the beautiful Cairngorms mountain range and plentiful outdoor activities such as walking, biking, skiing, and golf.

Craigellachie in Moray gained 623,800 views and offers a peaceful, rural lifestyle with stunning views of the surrounding landscape, whilst also providing a busy village atmosphere with its pubs and shops that are available.