Bus, plane, train or car?

 

By Car

Accès autoroutier de Sète (c) Office de Tourisme de SèteBy motorway: 
The toll of "Sète/Balaruc les Bains" is an ideal way out for drivers on
the A9 ("la languedocienne") or the A75 ("la méridienne").


2 hours from Toulouse and Marseille (by A9)
3 hours from Barcelone, Lyon, Grenoble et Nice (by A9)
3 h 30 from Clermont Ferrand (via A75 and the Millau viaduc).

 Find your route here   

 

By Bus

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OuiBus is a french company created by SNCF in 2012, for long distance bus travel. 


Sète from many towns in  France and Europe.

 

By train

National trains
3 hours and forty minutes from Paris (by high speed train-TGV).
2 hours from Lyon, Toulouse or Marseille.
2 hours and forty minutes from Grenoble.
4 hours from Geneva. 
 

Regional trains

Use regional trains to discover Sète: 
www.ter-sncf.com


 

By Plane

Sète is 30 minutes away from the Montpellier-Méditerranée Airport and 45 min from the Béziers-Cap d’Agde airport.

https://herault.cci.fr/sites/default/files/styles/749x370_crop/public/content-media/news/aeroport_montpellier_arrivee_0.jpg?itok=5PGownS1From Montpellier-Méditerranée Airport:


1 hour from Paris, Lyon et Nice

1 hour and a half from London (GB), Frankfurt (All) and Brussels (Bel)
 

https://www.herault-tribune.com/rep/rep_article/2017-03-14_110753_AEROPORT-BEZIERS-1.jpgFrom Béziers-Cap d’Agde airport:

2 hours from Bristol (GB), and Odense (DN)

2 hours and ten minutes from London (GB)