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Lac de Monteynard, Grenoble
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Lac de Monteynard, Grenoble

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Lac de Monteynard-Avignonet is an artificial water reservoir, serving the Électricité de France power station of Drac Station. The reservoir is bounded by the canyons of Ebron and Drac and belongs to the Isère department. It was created in 1961 after the built of a 145 m/476 ft dam. The reservoir is up to 10 km/6.3 mi long and in some places it reaches at 300 m/984 ft wide. On the lake, it is often windy and wavy, something that makes it one of the best places to practice water sports.

Lac de Monteynard, Grenoble
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Lac de Monteynard, Grenoble

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Lac de Monteynard-Avignonet is an artificial water reservoir, serving the Électricité de France power station of Drac Station. The reservoir is bounded by the canyons of Ebron and Drac and belongs to the Isère department. It was created in 1961 after the built of a 145 m / 476 ft dam. The reservoir is up to 10 km / 6.3 mi long and in some places it reaches at 300 m / 984 ft wide. On the lake, it is often windy and wavy, something that makes it one of the best places to practice water sports.

Greolieres, Nice
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Greolieres, Nice

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Nice is the administrative capital of the Alps – Maritime department, the second largest city on the Mediterranean coast after Marseille and the fifth most populous city in France, situated in the southeast coast of France by the Mediterranean Sea. The Nice urban area extends beyond the administrative city limits. The mild Mediterranean climate and the natural beauty of Nice along with the big sporting activity came to attention of various types of athletes.

Beauduc, Camargue
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Beauduc, Camargue

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Camargue is a region, located in the south of Arles, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, France. It lies between the Mediterranean Sea and the two arms of the Rhône River delta. The eastern arm is called the Grand Rhône and the western one is the Petit Rhône. Since 1986, Camargue site has been designated as a "Wetland of International Importance" by the Ramsar Convention.

Galiote, Saint Tropez
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Galiote, Saint Tropez

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Saint – Tropez is a town near Marseille, at about 104 km / 65 mi in the east. It is located in the French Riviera, however, less glamorous in the past, it used to be a military stronghold and a small fishing village. Today it is a resort town, seducing many celebrities and jet-setters that want to spend a few days having fun and relaxing under the French sun.

Airport Le Havre Octeville sur Mer, Le Havre
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Airport Le Havre Octeville sur Mer, Le Havre

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/ Upper Normandy France

Le Havre is a city, situated on the right bank of the river-mouth of Seine on the English Channel, in northwestern France, at the Seine-Maritime department of the region Haute-Normandie. Although it is not a very populous city, it is the most populous commune in the Haute-Normandie region and the second largest prefecture in France, right after Reims. The port of Le Havre is the second busiest one after Marseille.

Bosville Terrain de motocross, Le Havre
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Bosville Terrain de motocross, Le Havre

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Le Havre is a city, situated on the right bank of the river mouth of Seine on the English Channel, in northwestern France, at the Seine-Maritime department of the region Haute-Normandie. Although it is not a very populous city, it is the most populous commune in the Haute-Normandie region and the second largest prefecture in France, right after Reims. The port of Le Havre is the second busiest after Marseille.

Falaise du cap de La Hève, Le Havre
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Falaise du cap de La Hève, Le Havre

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Le Havre is a city, situated on the right bank of the river-mouth of Seine on the English Channel, in northwestern France, at the Seine-Maritime department of the region Haute-Normandie. Although it is not a very populous city, it is the most populous commune in the Haute-Normandie region and the second largest prefecture in France, right after Reims. The port of Le Havre is the second busiest one after Marseille.

La Guillotine, Montpellier
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La Guillotine, Montpellier

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Montpellier is the capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon region as well as the Hérault department in southern France. Located on the south coast of France on the Mediterranean Sea, it is the third-largest French city on the Mediterranean coast after Marseille and Nice. Montpellier is located at 170 km/106 mi from Marseille, 242 km/150 mi from Toulouse and at a distance of 748 km/465 mi from the capital of France, Paris.

Le Natal, Marseille
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Le Natal, Marseille

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Marseille is situated on the southeast coast of France. It is the second largest city and the center of the second largest metropolitan area after Paris. Marseille is the capital of the Bouches-du-Rhône department as well as Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region. The whole urban and metropolitan area extends beyond city limits. Marseille is France’s largest commercial port and the largest city on the Mediterranean coast.

Beauduc, Camargue
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Beauduc, Camargue

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Camargue is a region, located in the south of Arles, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, France. It lies between the Mediterranean Sea and the two arms of the Rhône River delta. The eastern arm is called the Grand Rhône and the western one is the Petit Rhône. Since 1986, Camargue site has been designated as a "Wetland of International Importance" by the Ramsar Convention.

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