NEW research has revealed the seven most desirable places to live in Scotland.

With the summer almost upon us and sunny weather already here, many people may be looking to make a move to somewhere where they can make the most of the glorious blue skies, especially now working from home is more common.

Office space consultancy has ranked the most desirable places to live north of the Border using the number of views each location received on TikTok.

So here they are…

7. Elie, Fife

The scenic spot of Elie in Fife came out as the seventh most desirable spot in Scotland, with its 16th-century harbour and sandy bay being top attractions.

6. Gullane, East Lothian

This beautiful seaside town on the Golf Coast with a stunning award-winning beach has had 293,400 TikTok views. People also enjoy the sight of Gullane on the John Muir Way – a footpath along the coast between Musselburgh and Dunglass. Gullane Golf Club has hosted the Scottish Open while Muirfield has hosted The Open Championship on several occasions.

The National: Morning haar over Gullane Golf ClubMorning haar over Gullane Golf Club (Image: NQ)

5. Killearn, Stirling

The small village of Killearn has come out fifth with 393,200 TikTok views. There is plenty to do there including visiting the Glengoyne distillery, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park and the West Highland Way.

4. Isle of Islay

You really can’t have a countdown of idyllic spots without including the islands. Islay in Argyll and Bute is home to numerous whisky distilleries which are mostly famous for making some of Scotland’s most peaty drams. Bowmore was founded way back in 1779 while Ardnahoe was established in 2018. There is also plenty of stunning landscapes and wildlife.

The National: Arnahoe Distillery, IslayArnahoe Distillery, Islay (Image: NQ)

3. Craigellachie, Moray

The first place in the top three is Craigellachie in Moray with 645,000 TikTok views. Sitting on the confluence of the River Spey and River Fiddich, it is famous for two whisky distilleries as well as sights such as the Craigellachie Bridge.

2. Braemar, Aberdeenshire

With 3,700,000 TikTok views, Braemar comes in in second. It is widely known for its stunning scenery surrounded by the Grampian Mountains, with the Cairngorms National Park right on your doorstep.

1. Isle of Mull

According to the research, the Isle of Mull has come out as the most desirable place to live with 12,400,000 TikTok views. Home to iconic colourful houses in Tobermory as well as unique wildlife, many would say it’s deserving of top spot!

The National: Tobermory on the Isle of Mull is famous for its colourful houses Tobermory on the Isle of Mull is famous for its colourful houses (Image: Getty)