20/35 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, walking is the best way to take in Sete’s really special atmosphere.

​We offer places to see and museums to visit, only 20 to 35 minutes walk from the berthing dock of your cruise ship. 
 
At 183 metres high, the "Mont St. Clair" offers a panoramic view of the town and its ports. Panoramic visit
St Louis’s church stands in the heart of the Quartier Haut, the old part of Sète. It is the town’s oldest and largest church known as La Décanale (the Deanery). Built of stone in ...
This true Italian-style theatre, standing in the heart of Sète, was built in 1904 and harks back to the days when Sète’s architecture showed the local wealth, which stemmed from the p...
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 ...
The Pierres Blanches national pine forest, offers numerous footpaths from which you can enjoy spectacular views of the Mediterranean and the Thau Lagoon.
Built in 1666, 650 metres long, this jetty enables visitors to stroll in the town center while enjoying the sea breeze. The breakwater is also used as a marina and has 300 moorings. The ...
The Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette Chapel 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 its ...
The MaCO: if New York has its MOMA, Shanghai its MOCA, Sète in all modesty has its open-air Museum. We applaud enthusiastically the initiative launched in 2008 by the street-art festi...
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34200 SETE
Paul Valéry Museum: Located on the slope of the Mont Saint-Clair on a terrace overlooking the seaside cemetery and the Mediterranean, the Musée Paul Valéry enjoys an exceptional set...
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148, rue François Desnoyer 34200 SETE
In the holiday season the Saint Pierre fort, now converted into the Théâtre de la Mer (The Sea Theatre), plays host to theatrical and musical performances.   Following the attempte...
The Corniche Walk overlooks the Mediterranean and is around ten metres above sea level. It provides a link between Sète’s town centre and the Corniche district, passing through a ca...
A POET'S MUSEUM The "Espace Georges Brassens" is a very lively museum thanks to new picture and sound techniques. The visitor, equipped with sterophonic headphones, is guided by Geo...
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67, boulevard Camille Blanc 34200 SETE
In this museum, located near the Mediterranean Sea just above the Sea Theatre, you can discover the history of the port of Sète beginning in the 18th century. And of course you'll also ...
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1, RUE JEAN VILAR 34200 SETE
  The "Espace Georges Brassens" is a very lively museum thanks to new picture and sound techniques. The visitor, equipped with sterophonic headphones, is guided by Georges Brassens' vo...
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67, Boulevard Camille Blanc 34200 SETE
La Pointe Courte: The Fishermen’s district The pointus (residents of La Pointe Courte) make their living from various trades connected with fishing in the Thau Lagoon. They have developed ...
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