Devon

Devon is a large county in , bordered to the west by and to the east by and Somerset. Uniquely amongst English counties, Devon has two separate coastlines: to the south, on the English Channel and to the north, on the Celtic Sea and Bristol Channel.
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is a city in , and the largest city on 's south coast, with a population of 250,000.

is the county town of and historically the administrative capital of the south-west peninsula.

is an town on the coast of in the .

is an island 3 miles long and ½ mile wide off the north coast of in the south west of the , where the Bristol Channel meets the Atlantic Ocean.

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is a coastal town in . It is situated on the north bank of the estuary mouth of the River Teign in an area of the South Devon coast that is famed for its red sandstone cliffs.

covers a large area of in the of .

is a town in . is a seaside town situated where the Exe Estuary joins the sea.

is an town in . A historic port location, 's geography and seaside location combined with its traditional architecture make it an idyllic settlement popular with tourists from around Britain and the near continent.

is a village in , in the of .

is a town in , within the .

is a fishing town in 's Torbay area. Take the A380 from the M5 and Exeter into Torbay, which becomes the A3022 into the centre of .

is a town in on the edge of .

is situated in the south west of the United Kingdom.

is a seaside resort town in . Host to an international folk festival for one week every year, for the other 51 weeks, is a very pleasant but small beach-side town.

is a small town in in .

is a town in . Stagecoach 12 – Newton Abbot, Torquay, and Brixham.

is a small town on the North coast in the west of .

is a seaside resort on the coast of North , , which lies at the mouth of a valley.

is a town in .

is a seaside town in in East in the of .

, is an English Market town. The village of Dartington is just outside , as is Dartington Hall.

is a town in . is a small town on East Devon's , in the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

are twin towns in . can be reached by car on the A39.

is a former fishing village in , between and Exmouth.

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