The place to be as lockdown restrictions lift today - on what is being termed Super Saturday - is the pub beer garden.

Beer gardens are likely be more popular than ever, with social distancing easier to maintain than in smaller pubs and people keen to make up for lost time in the height of summer.

Many of you will have your favourites - whether it offers a lovely sunny spot, a beautiful view or comfy furniture, we  want to know where it is.

Scroll down to see some of our favourite haunts: 

The Wise Man, West Stafford

Dorset Echo:

This beer garden in this popular village a couple of miles from Dorchester is a real sun trap.

The Anchor Inn, Seatown

Dorset Echo:

The beach side pub looks over the coast.

The Smugglers Inn, Osmington

Dorset Echo:

This pub boasts stunning views and is close to scenic footpaths. (Picture: Paul Ramsey)

The Springhead, Sutton Poyntz

Dorset Echo:

Surrounded by the countryside, the Springhead could be the perfect place to enjoy the first post-lockdown pint.

The Britannia Inn, Fortuneswell, Portland

Dorset Echo:

A sheltered spot where you can sip a pint and enjoy some colourful flowers.

The Smugglers, Wyke Regis

Dorset Echo:

You can always guarantee a friendly welcome at this popular Wyke Regis pub with its spacious beer garden.

So tell us of your favourite outdoor spot to enjoy that much-awaited pint and we'll put together a special round-up of the pub beer gardens to make a beeline for this summer.

Email with your suggestions - and a picture, if you have one.