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Today luxury hotels, high-end boutiques, and a fine sand beach compete for visitors’ attention as they stroll the famous coastal walk that follows the crescent-shaped border between water and town. Once this glamorous walkway was a marshy path called the Crouseto, walked by pilgrims who came here to visit and pray at the Abbey on the Ile des Lérins out in the bay. Especially during the film festival, when one sees celebrities, who arrived by yacht, limo, or helicopter, walking along the street, lounging at the café tables, and shopping at the fancy stores, it is hard to picture the remote fishing village that was once here.