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The Gulf of Saint-Tropez
Located north of the Saint-Tropez peninsula, the eponymous gulf bathes the city from which it takes its name. It borders the territory of a conurbation of twelve municipalities, the most famous and frequented of which is Saint-Tropez. Protected from the mistral wind by the Massif des Maures, the Gulf of Saint-Tropez is nevertheless renowned for being one of the most dangerous sites for navigation in the Mediterranean because of the winds (levant and sirocco) that traverse it. Invaded by pleasure boats throughout the summer season, it is also crossed by the maritime shuttles that ensure the connection between the port of Saint-Tropez and those of Port-Grimaud, Sainte-Maxime, and the other neighboring towns of the French Riviera.
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