The fish market at Sete port is one of my favourite places. The salt air is filled with the smell of fresh fish, there are greedy seagulls roaming near the ships, and sailors who carry on with the old traditions ... truly magical. The song of the waves, so special, can be heard on the wind. This is more than a postcard - it's an experience.
This is the main market in the area, with long rows of stalls selling local products. The neon lights don't disturb the folklorish efect. The products are good, and you can try some lovely seafood here on the covered terraces. Although it's a market, it's not necessarily cheap, but it does attract a lot of people and provide an overview of the diversity of the products of the region.