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From a geological point of view, the Kauehi Atoll is a 95-meter coral outcrop from the summit of a small submarine volcano, measuring 1,535 meters from the ocean floor, formed nearly 60 million years ago. This is where the Village of Tearavero makes its home.

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Located within the Raeffsky Islands subregion of the vast Tuamotus Archipelago in French Polynesia, Anaa Atoll is made up of 11 small barren islands – 29.5 km in length and 6.5 km wide, with a total land area of 38 km² supported by a population of approximately 500 citizens of France.

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Taking full advantage of its setting in Bordeaux’s UNESCO-listed historical center, the stately luxury 5-star Intercontinental Bordeaux Le Grand Hotel brings the meaning of traditional hospitality back to the city’s elite hotel scene with a slew of period features and contemporary amenities.

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Italy has Venice, the Netherlands has Amsterdam, and the French Riviera has the seaside town of Port Grimaud on the Golfe de Saint-Tropez of the Mediterranean Sea in the commune of Grimaud, as part of the Var département in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France.

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Established in 2012 as the first national peri-urban park in Europe for both terrestrial and marine, the National Park of the Calanques in the French Riviera is one of 10 national parks in France.

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The world-famous Promenade de Anglais spans 7 kilometres on a gently risen terrace that stands before a flat sandy beach along the beautiful Baie des Anges, or Bay of Angels, as part of the azure Mediterranean Sea in Nice, France.

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