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Sète, Singular island

Unforgettable weekend in Sète

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Sète, a maritime city of character

Sète is a maritime city of character that you will enjoy discovering on foot or by bike. Canals, bridges, sunny facades, fishing boats, iodized air… A walks along the quays becomes an enchanting moment.

Sete in the Mediterranean Sea

Founded by Louis XIV in 1666 to provide a maritime outlet for the Canal de Midi, Sète has long been a city of merchants and fishermen. It still has strong traditions and a living maritime heritage. Sète, which was called Cette until 1928, is one of the most recent port cities.
The port was founded on July 29, 1666 to connect the Canal du Midi to the Mediterranean. Sète is a unmissable place fishing, traditions, passion for jousting…

You will love…

  • A tielle at Giulietta – 29, Avenue Victor Hugo
  • A seafood platter in the Halles of Sète at Simon Julien – Etal les Huites de Bouzigues
  • Take a coffee on Saturday morning on the market square at Café Lumière
  • A brioche at Pralus – 10, rue Paul Valery