Devon is the largest county, covering 2591 square miles (3450km2), in the south west and the third largest in England. Somerset and Dorset border it in the east and Cornwall in the west. It has two separate coastlines, The Bristol Channel to the north and the English Channel in the south. Exeter is the county town, and no point in the county is more than 25 miles (40km) from the sea. The coastal towns of Brixham, Torquay and Paignton, in the south collectively make up Torbay, also known as the English Riviera.
The greatest concentration of Bronze Age monuments in Europe can be found on Dartmoor National Park, which takes up 368 square miles (954km2) of the county. There are an abundance of Tors (rocky hilltop outcrops) and historic standing stones. The highest point on Dartmoor is High Willhays, 2040ft (621m) above sea level.