The Frioul archipelago is a group of four islands located off the Mediterranean coast of France, approximately 4 kilometres (2 miles) from Marseille. The islands of the archipelago cover a total land area of approximately 200 hectares.
|Pomègues||2.7 km (1.7 mi) long||89 m (292 ft) high||The largest|
|Ratonneau||2.5 km (1.6 mi) long||89 m (292 ft) high|
|If||Site of the Château d'If, where main fictional character in Alexandre Dumas, père's The Count of Monte Cristo was imprisoned.|
|Tiboulen du Frioul or Îlot Tiboulen||Meaning "In front of the city" in Provençal, after the Latin antipolitanus.|
The islands of Pomègues and Ratonneau are connected by a mole built in 1822.
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