Culture and Heritage

Take advantage of the large playground that Sète forms to discover its wide range of activities and cultural venues.
Quai Aspirant Herber 34200 SETE
Fishing boat tour - the Louis Nocca Welcome on board!From the bridge to the engine room, step on board for a dockside tour of a Séte fishing boat.Aquariums, video, displays illustrating life at ...
Rue des 3 Journées 34200 SETE
At the heart of old Sète, right in the middle of the Upper District, the St-Louis church is the oldest in the city and the largest of the "decanal” churches. Built in 1702 from ashlar and based on ...
34200 SETE
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 festival K-LIVE. Every...
Chemin des Pélerins Mont Saint Clair 34200 SETE
The Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette chapel was built in 1861 at the summit of Mont Saint-Clair, on the site of the old Montmorencette fort built by Louis XIII.It is notable for its internal frescoes and ...
40 Chemin du Cimetière Marin 34200 SETE
In about 1680 the Saint-Charles cemetery was created so that the first workers who died on the Saint-Louis jetty construction site could be buried.It bears witness to the diversity of the city's ...
26 quai Aspirant Herber 34200 SETE
The Regional Contemporary Art Centre (CRAC) of Occitanie, Pyrénées-Méditerranée lies on the pathways of artistic communication that travel between Italy and Spain, from North to South, from the ...
The picturesque Quartier Haut, dominating the port, is nicknamed "Little Naples" because the fishermen that live there hail from the Amalfi Coast and have brought the atmosphere of southern Italy to ...
The Promenade de la Corniche stands ten or so metres above the Mediterranean.It connects the centre of Sète with the corniche district via a highly protected natural environment, alternating between ...
The Etang de Thau is the largest and deepest of the Languedoc-Roussillon lagoons (4.5 m on average and up to 10 m).As a true inland sea, the Etang de Thau is only separated from the Mediterranean by a...
The canal acts as a public stage in Sète. Not only has the town developed around it, but uses it to put on a show.Here, between the two bridges, in this section of the canal known as the Cadre Royal,...
Promenade Jean-Baptiste Marty overlooks the Quai de la Consigne. The Consigne office was an authority to which all armed vessels in Sète had to pay a deposit.The former headquarters of the curing ...
La Pointe Courte: A fishing districtLiving as artisan fishermen on the Etang de Thau, the "pointus” shaped their own identity, which is equally as amazing as this district with its own inimitable ...
In the heart of the city, the Pierres Blanches public forest with its 20 hectares of pine trees and with 700 plant species, some of which are extremely rare, has numerous hiking paths with ...
It's the pride of Sète. From its summit, it offers lovely views across the sea and coastline as well as across the lagoons and ‘garrigue’ (typical scented shrubland of the south). The plunging ...
Explore the region in a small group with Yves Bousquet, who has organised all the best places to visit and the most delicious regional specialities to taste. Personalised excursions and unexpected ...
From October to June, the Theatre of Sète offers a diverse range of theatre, dance, music, contemporary circus and family-oriented shows in Sète and its surroundings.This program reflects the local,...
Access to documents (books, CDs, DVDs, newspapers and magazines etc.) belonging to the network of multimedia centres in the Thau district (François Mitterrand and André Malraux centres in Sète, ...
Access to documents (books, CDs, DVDs, newspapers and magazines etc.) belonging to the network of multimedia centres in the Thau district (François Mitterrand and André Malraux centres in Sète, ...