Hilltop view


Built on the flanks of Mont St. Clair, wedged between the Thau Lagoon, the sea and a network of canals, Sète is one of the largest ports on the Mediterranean.

The air in Sète is perfumed by a mixture of scents from the Sea and the garrigue (Mediterranean scrubland).

The church of St Louis stands in the heart of the Quartier Haut, the old part of Sète. This church, the town’s oldest and largest, is known as La Décanale (the Deanery). Built of sto...
The picturesque Quartier Haut, overlooking the port, is known as "Little Naples" because the fishermen who live there originate from the Amalfi Coast and have brought with them to this are...
The Chapel of Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette was built in 1861 on the summit of the Mont Saint-Clair, on the site of the former Montmorencette fortress constructed by Louis XIII. It is noted for ...
The Pierres Blanches national pine forest, offers numerous footpaths from which you can enjoy spectacular views of the Mediterranean and the Thau Lagoon.
The Saint Charles Cemetery was created around the year 1680 as a burial place for the first workers who died during the construction of the Saint-Louis breakwater. It provides a testimony to the ...
At 183 meters high, the "Mont St. Clair" offers a panoramic view of the city and its ports. Panoramic visit
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