The southern French town of Sète has one of the most beautiful fishing and commercial ports of the Mediterranean. Hard to imagine it was constructed on the drawing board, Louis XIV had needed a port for his royal galleys. Described as the“Venice of the Languedoc“, the city delights with its colourful house facades, canals and maritime flair. Museums and a wide range of art and culture make Sète an ideal holiday destination – not forgetting the twelve kilometres of sandy beach and the traditional cuisine of the fishermen.
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Ferry connections from & to Sete
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