HIGHLIGHTS​​

 

The Old Port

Inaugurated in 1666, the Sète Port was an important place within the wine trade, due to its strategic location where the Canal du Midi meets the sea.

Today, this port is mainly frequented by fishermen who sell their catches each day at 15.30. It is a very typical place to visit in the city.

The royal canal

This large canal is at the heart of the city and a mooring point of the fishing boats. It is also home to the best bars and restaurants.

Each year at the end of August, it is converted into the main scene of the Saint-Louis festival, where you can learn about famous nautical battles.

La "pointe courte"

This charming fishermen’s quarter is a very typical scene on the Mediterranean coast.

This quarter at the edge of Thau Pond is an authentic village within the city, where fishermen called “les pointus” still live in wooden houses.

WHAT TO DO

 

Festival K-Live

Festival K-Live

From 3rd to 7th June

This multi-field festival combines transitory architecture, current musics, concerts, street and art performances…

The Saint Pierre's Atonement Day

The Saint Pierre's Atonement Day

From 2nd to 6th July

The statue of the fishermen's patron saint is perched on a boat carried in procession by fishermen from the Penitent's chapel to the Décanale Saint Louis. During the weekend a carnival and traditional jousts are organized.

​CONNECTIONS AND RELATED DESTINATIONS

Nîmes was born in the 6th century BC. It's a city with centuries of history, architecture and art.​

In Montpellier, you can discover a booming city. Also, it is close to some of the most famous world heritage monuments and sites.​

Located halfway between the sea and the mountains, Perpignan benefits from its proximity to the Mediterranean coast and the imposing Canigou mountain range. ​

​STATION

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Sète

78, place de Combon
​34200 Sète​​​​

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