A SHROPSHIRE beauty spot has been named as one of Britain's top 'off the beaten track' locations.

Britain’s top 100 less well-known spots showcasing the best of Britain’s stunning landscapes feature on an interactive ‘Get Lost with Jeep Compass’ digital map and were identified by the car maker and a team of experts from Ordnance Survey.

By clicking on any location on the map, users will discover activities to do or things to see, and find details of nearby walking or cycling routes.

Kris Cholmondeley, managing director for the car maker, said: "There is so much of the Great British outdoors people have yet to experience.

“And together with Ordnance Survey, we want to enable people this Christmas period and beyond to travel off the beaten track in the Jeep spirit.

“Spots which showcase the best of Britain’s stunning landscapes, yet those that are lesser known to the wider public.”

The top 10 sites are Berrow Beach, Somerset, Talybont Reservoir, Brecon, The Holy Island of Lindisfarne, Northumberland, Roche Rock, Cornwall, Stiperstones, Shropshire, Wistman's Wood, Princetown, Talisker Bay, Isle of Skye, Symonds Yat Rock, Ross-on-Wye, Wimbleball Lake, Somerset, and Finnich Gorge ‘The Devil’s Pulpit’, Stirlingshire.