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In the movie "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" (1988 - Michael Caine - Steve Martin) we get to see some of the most spectacular views over the sea. Most of the filming was done in France in Nice, Cannes (on the French Riviera, is famed for its international film festival) , Beaulieu-sur-Mer (renamed in the movie as "Beaumont-sur-Mer"), Antibes, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, and Villefranche-sur-Mer.

At the end of the movie, the two con-men realise that their mark, Janet Colgate has been conning them all along, and they just sit and admire the elevated views over the sea. The movie has another fabulous twist right at the end.

Sitges, Spain

The Dolce hotel, located near Sitges, Spain, has some spectacular views over the Mediterranean sea from their outer-facing guest rooms. In this photo, Sitges is about 3 miles to the left of the photo.
Sitges, Spain

Castle, Marmaris, Turkey

Turkey has many locations with sea views and large harbours. This view is from the castle (Kalesi) that was built in 1500 over an ancient fort and features a museum.
Marmaris, Turkey

View from bar

St Aubin, Jersey, Channel Islands

Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands, between England and France. A self-governing dependency of the UK, with a mix of British and French cultures, it’s known for its beaches, historic castles and offshore banking. Located on the south-west is the port of St Aubin which opens out to the bay of the Gulf of Saint-Malo.
View from the Somerville Hotel

Lynton, Devon, UK

Tucked away on the south-west corner of England is Devon, famous for Devonshire cream, sandy beaches, medieval towns and fossils.
View from Lynton, Devon, UK

Xcaret, Mexico

Xcaret is the nature park in Playa del Carmen (Mexico). There you can swim in underground rivers, view beautiful birds in the aviary, explore the Coral Reef Aquarium, and the Butterfly Pavilion.
Xcaret Mexico
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