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La Ciotat - Crique du Lioquet - By Flyprod
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La Ciotat (en occitan provençal La Ciutat selon la norme classique ou La Ciéuta selon la norme mistralienne) est une commune française, située dans le département des Bouches-du-Rhône et la région Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, à 31 kilomètres à l'Est de Marseille. Les habitants se nomment les Ciotadens et les Ciotadennes. Assise au fond d'une baie en croissant, la ville, adossée au Bec de l'Aigle et au Cap Canaille - point culminant de son territoire - fait face à la mer.e la communauté de communes Sud Sainte-Baume. Les habitants sont les Saint-Cyriens.
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