Sete, ‘the singular island’ Nicknamed, "Little Venice of Languedoc” due to its many canals, Sète is a destination renowned for its charm. Picturesque, authentic and lively, the town not only has all the amenities required to cater for its annual 400,000 holidaymakers and 45,000 residents, but also everything needed to entertain them, with numerous restaurants, museums and other places of interest. 

For the shore excursions, a dedicated fenced in parking can receive a dozen coaches just in front of the Terminal. Sète’s geographical position gives access to 5 UNESCO World Heritage sites. The port is the natural gateway to Carcassonne, but also to a number of historical or natural sites. Day or half-day tours are proposed to Montpellier, Nîmes, Aigues-Mortes, Pézenas, Canal du Midi, Languedoc vineyards and "châteaux", to cite only those.

Sète is the ideal port for small or medium-sized ships, offering high class cruises to demanding passengers willing to stay away from beaten tracks and congested ports, and who are in search of new destinations, exclusivity, and special touch. Sète is a unique experience and a must on the "niche" market of small, boutique ports.

But no only: the port can now welcome the largest ships at the brand new “H” berth, offering new guests the opportunity to discover the charm and authenticity of Sete.

 

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