The beach of Sète is located on a sandy strip 500 m to 1.5 km wide, the lido, which separates the Mediterranean Sea from the Etang de Thau. This 12km long coastal strip is mainly composed of old salt marshes and vineyards. This configuration gives it a very pleasant natural character.
The lido from Sète to Marseillan has been the subject of a vast sustainable development project, which offers Sète one of the most beautiful beaches on the French coast, entirely accessible by a greenway.
THE BEACHES ARE EQUIPPED AND FURNISHED WIT :
- equipment adapted for people with motor disabilities
- bars and restaurants.
- showers and toilets.
- a pedestrian promenade, fountain beach and Lido beach.
- a green lane along the 12 kilometres.
The beaches of Sète are accessible via numbered entrances and there are car parks nearby.
Crique de la Nau
Crique de la Vigie
Plage du Lazaret(access 1 with first aid post) accessible by a ramp (slope greater than 5%). Equipped with a treadmill at the level of the first aid post.
Plage de la Corniche (access 4 à 11)
Plage de la Fontaine (access 12 to 17 with an aid station positioned at access 13). Equipped with a treadmill, provision of a tiralo, showers and accessible sanitary facilities.
Plage du Lido(access 18 to 24 with an aid station positioned at access 22). Equipped with a treadmill, provision of a tiralo, showers and accessible sanitary facilities.
Plage de la Baleine (accès 25 à 48 avec un poste de secours positionné à l’accès 41). Equipée de tapis de cheminement.
Plage des 3 Digues (access 25 to 48 with an aid station positioned at access 41). Equipped with treadmills.
Plage du Jalabert, natural beach (access 63 and 64)
Plage du Castellas(access 65 to 72 with an aid station positioned at access 70)
Plage du Vassal (access 73 à 78)
First aid posts
Monitoring of bathing areas.
6 first-aid posts distributed along the beach ensure from June to September
Variable opening period from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm depending on the position.
The blue flag flies over Sète
The beaches of Sète have once again been awarded the Blue Flag label this year.
What is the Blue Flag?
The Blue Flag is a label with strong tourist connotations, symbol of exemplary environmental quality.
Created by Teragir in 1985, the Blue Flag is awarded every year to municipalities and marinas that permanently pursue a policy of sustainable tourism development.