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Aerial view of the Lérins Islands
Such a global aerial view of the Lérins archipelago provides a good understanding of the positioning of the islands in relation to each other. In the foreground, Sainte-Marguerite Island is the closest to the mainland, the best served, and the most visited. 2.17 miles (3.5 km) long for a maximum width of 0.6 miles (1 km), it is also the largest island of the archipelago with a 519 acres (210 ha) area. The islet of La Tradelière stands in its eastern extension. In the background, the private island of Saint-Honorat covers an area of 91 acres (37 ha) and extends over a length of 4,921 ft (1,500 m) for a width of 1,312 ft (400 m). It is accompanied by the Saint-Ferréol islet. The fifth island of the Lérins archipelago, nicknamed l'Îlot, is masked by Saint-Honorat Island.
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