Borough of Torbay
Torbay is a borough in Devon, England administered by the English unitary authority of the Council of Torbay. It covers an area of 62.88 km² and its population is 130,959 inhabitants. Comprises the towns of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham, is located on the Bay of Tor in the English Channel. Torbay is equidistant from the cities of Exeter and Plymouth. Its main industry is tourism, and therefore houses various villas with resorts and rest homes. Its sandy beaches, warm climate and attractions for the vacationers make the area is called "the English Riviera".