Our picnic tips

Spring and fine weather make us want to have a picnic. Sète is full of places for a lunch on the grass (or the sand) in an enchanting setting! Follow our advice.

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View of the sea

- The Saint Louis lighthouse, at the end of the breakwater, so as not to lose a crumb on the entrance to the port of Sète. Incredible view.

- The Saint Pierre site, at the foot of the theatre of the sea. A vast balcony suspended above the sea.

- You can overlook the sea from the Marchéchal Leclerc promenade, the starting point of the 12-kilometre-long greenway. 

- The golden sandy beaches of Sète, for a break by the water, with your feet in the sand. Quite simply.
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In the city

In the gardens of the Simone Veil Park, in the shade of the hundred-year-old trees. The lovers of public benches inspired a famous song by Georges Brassens.

Around the bandstand on Place Aristide Briand, a stone's throw from the canals. Dive into the heart of the city.
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At the top

An incredible 360 degree panorma awaits you at the foot of the cross of Mount St. Clair. An unforgettable picnic.

The Pierres Blanches forest is the "green lung" of Sète. Pine forest and scrubland. Picnic tables. The Thau lagoon, the lido and the Mediterranean in the background.
 
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