Fancy a look at the first map of the game? Well, take a gander!
This is an in-editor view of Port Faria's Adventurer's District; yes, it's one large seamless map. The vast array of lively NPCs, functioning doors and other constructs such as lovely windmills, elk-and-carts, ships, boats, mineral deposits, goodie-chest, berry-bushes and threatening wildlife (Lolicaps, Nara Wasps, Longtusk Boars, Vinesnatches and Soltraps here) don't appear here but this should give you a clearer idea of how the big the areas and what to expect environmentally.
In Port Faria, there is much to interact with! You can purchase a dizzying amount of goods from the local shops (or harvest much yourself), chat with the countless NPCs, hunt wildlife for item-drops that can be sold or used in crafting, as well. You can visit the lumberyard, search for hidden treasure chests, stroll the beach, grab a cup of tea at the Brewed Awakening or sit back and read a book or two at the Loreforge Library. This freedom is a defining aspect of what makes Starfall a wonderful game to play.
And this is just ONE of the hundreds of areas you'll visit in the game.
Also, see if you can find where the screenshot below is, on the map above. That should provide you with a better sense of scale!
The saturated colours and the vibrancy of the whole scene really serve to illustrate the warmth and liveliness of Port Faria and its surroundings. The palette and visual look of the game is something that never remains static, however, as it's ever-changing in response to the tone of the narrative as the game's story unfolds.
Thanks for having a look!