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Overview Of The Port Of Sete

About Sete
S├Ęte is in the Languedoc-Roussillon region in southern France.

The town is compact, with small parks and cafes. Place A. Briand is a nice setting to relax, surrounded by busy shopping streets.

Centre Regional d'Art Contemporain showcases new and interesting contemporary art.

La Decanale Saint-Louis is the main church in the town and was built in 1702.

Parc du Chateau d'Eau has a playground and a war memorial, dedicated to those who died for France.

Sete's highest and best view is climbing up Mont Saint-Clair's 400 or so steps.

Notre-Dame de la Salette, is a small chapel that contains some interesting frescoes.

The downtown canals are all fronted with pedestrian friendly walkways and bridges. Boat rides through the canals are also available.

Mole Saint Louis (jetty) offers a panoramic view of the port and the town.

The main streets of Sete around the canals are filled with shops, The Quai de la Resistance and the Grand'rue Mario Roustan are lined with food and speciality shops.

Souvenirs include a bottle of the regional dessert wine, Muscat de Frontignan, or a box of macaroons or madeleines.

La Corniche North and South beaches in Sete are popular with tourists.

Seafood features heavily on menus, try the famous 'moules frites' (mussels and fries).
Cruise Terminal
Cruise ships dock at a number of quays near to the centre of town, around a 10 minute walk away.

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Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Sete

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