10/15 minute walk


Strolling through the streets of the town, from the Môle Saint-Louis to the commercial port, from the Quartier Haut to the Paul Valéry Museum, from La Corniche to the Pointe Courte, the best way to take in the really special atmosphere of Sète is to walk. 

​So we offer places to see, museums to visit, 10 to 15 minutes walk from the berthing dock of your cruise ship.
 
The canals that link the Thau Lagoon with the sea have many bridges crossing them. Some of them are movable, either drawbridges or swing bridges, letting boats through at set times. With all the ...
The quay "Général Durand" also known as The "Quai de la Marine", restaurants offer a large choice of Sete's specialities. Panoramic visit
Sète’s main market is held on several streets and places in the town centre: the Place Aristide Briand is reserved for the “textile-bazaar”, the streets of Alsace-Lorraine and Gamb...
The MIAM focuses on fringe and unorthodox work, and likes to examine both high-brow and popular culture, a reflection of the world and its multiple realities. It aims to transcend the boundaries ...
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23, quai Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny 34200 SETE
Located between the bridges "Savonnerie" and "Civette" "le Cadre Royal" is equivalent to a public square, where famous jousting tournaments have taken place in summer, since July 1666....
The Jean-Baptiste Marty Promenade overlooks the Consigne Quay and the old harbour. The Bureau de la Consigne used to be an office where any ship commissioned in Sète had to put down a de...
The picturesque Quartier Haut, overlooking the port, is known as "Little Naples" because the fishermen who live there originate from the Amalfi Coast having brought Southern Italy’s at...
At the entrance to the old port, where the fishing boats unload their fish, stands the auction house.   Known as a “criée” in French, the term dates from the time when there were ...
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