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It has the longest coastline of all the English regions, totalling over 700 miles (1,130 km).

Much of the coast is now protected from further substantial development because of its environmental importance, which contributes to the region’s attractiveness to tourists and residents.

It is also home to the Eden Project, Aardman Animations, the Glastonbury Festival, the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, trip hop music and Cornwall's surfing beaches.

Most of the region is located on the South West Peninsula, between the English Channel and Bristol Channel.

The region is at the first-level of NUTS for Eurostat purposes.

Key data and facts about the region are produced by the South West Observatory.

The highest point of the region is High Willhays, at 2,038 feet (621 m), on Dartmoor.The east of the region is characterised by wide, flat clay vales and chalk and limestone downland.The vales, with good irrigation, are home to the region's dairy agriculture.Following the abolition of the South West Regional Assembly and Government Office, local government co-ordination across the region is now undertaken by South West Councils.The region is known for its rich folklore, including the legend of King Arthur and Glastonbury Tor, as well as its traditions and customs.

The highest point of the region is High Willhays, at 2,038 feet (621 m), on Dartmoor.

The east of the region is characterised by wide, flat clay vales and chalk and limestone downland.

The vales, with good irrigation, are home to the region's dairy agriculture.

Following the abolition of the South West Regional Assembly and Government Office, local government co-ordination across the region is now undertaken by South West Councils.

The region is known for its rich folklore, including the legend of King Arthur and Glastonbury Tor, as well as its traditions and customs.

In North Devon the slates of the west and limestones of the east meet at Exmoor National Park.