How well do you know Devon?

From Grade II-listed viaducts to one of Britain’s oldest national parks, there’s more to Devon than beautiful beaches and villages – although it has those too. Put your knowledge of the county to the test


1. Why is High Willhays Tor in Dartmoor National Park significant?


2. Underground Passages is a medieval system of pipes designed to transport drinking water. If you wanted to tour the passages, where would you visit?


3. What is the name of the labyrinth of Stone Age caves inside the English Riviera UNESCO Global Geopark, which is on the outskirts of Torquay?


4. Devon is home to a model village with 400 UK landmarks, stately homes and houses in miniature. Where is it?


5. A disused railway track forms part of a 290km bike and walking trail that loops in a figure of eight from Barnstaple. What’s its name?


6. Where is the Royal Albert Memorial Museum?


7. How long is Exmouth Beach’s promenade?


8. The National Trust property Coleton Fishacre was built in 1925 as a family home for Lady Dorothy and Rupert D’Oyly Carte, who owned which London hotel?


9. This coastal village has a working forge, restored mill and old bakery. Where is it?


10. Derriton Viaduct opened in 1898 to transport a train over the River Deer. Which town is it closest to?


11. What’s the name of this beautiful village?


12. Lundy Island is named after the Norse word for a breed of wildlife it attracts. What’s the breed?


13. Which author lived at Greenway, a Georgian house on the River Dart?


14. Where in Devon does the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Jurassic Coast – which reveals geological records from 265 million years ago – begin?