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Port de Mandelieu le Napoule
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Port de Mandelieu le Napoule The biggest pleasure port capacity in the Alpes Maritimes, 5,000 posts fully devoted to pleasure boats, located on seven different harbour sites offering an exceptional offer for each boater to find the formula that is best suited to their particular needs. http://www.mandelieu.com/explore-mandelieu-la-napoule/the-sea-mandelieu/pleasure-port-mandelieu.php
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