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Things to do in Sète

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The top 37 attractions in Sète

Of Cultural Interest in Sète
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Viewpoints in Sète
Sete Grand Tour
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A full tour of the city in an eight-seat minibus takes 1.5 hours. Our guide was a cheerful local guy and it was a lovely way to learn more about this magnificent city. We saw Mont Saint Clair, Les Pierres Blanches, the famous bridges, the downtown area and lots more. We didn't miss a thing!
Historical Monuments in Sète
Tourist Information in Sète
Office de Tourisme
The tourist office in Sete, is at the marina. This is a fairly large building, which provides maps and documents related to the heritage and history of the city of Brassens. Regional products are also sold, and they can get information to visit to Sete. The tourist office is open every day, including Sunday, to attend the Sunday strollers.
Streets in Sète
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Of Cultural Interest in Sète
Rivers in Sète
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Villages in Sète
La pointe courte
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Strolling through the shaded streets, you'll see cats, inhale fresh delicious smells ...and during the summer, at night, the smell of barbecue mingles delightfully with the salt air.
Historical Monuments in Sète
Maritime Cemetery
In 1680, the cemetery first opened, and the first plots were dug; back then, it was called Saint-Charles. It was renamed the Marine cemetery in 1945, in honour of the famous poem by Paul Valery, who was in fact buried here that same year. It has expanded over the centuries, and is known as the graveyard of the rich, in contrast to the city's other cemetery, the graveyard of the poor, where Georges Brassens is buried.
Churches in Sète
Eglise Saint Pierre
Saint Pierre church, located in the centre at 14 Rue Juillet, is part of the city's historical heritage. This was classified as a historical monument in 1989.
Cities in Sète
Sete Old Town
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Sete is an important city for tourism. At its centre, which is attractive and lively, there's everything you could need for fun, culture or relaxation. Among the Royal Canal docks, you can enjoy the canals running through the city, and let yourself be lulled by the rhythm of pleasure boats and trawlers. For visits, you can explore the neighborhood of Pointe Courte (fishing) and the Canal du Midi. If you're interested in literature, art, and history, there are plenty of museums ...
Villages in Sète
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Bays in Sète
Le Môle Saint-Louis
Mermaids emerge from the Med in Sète — cinematically! Wonderful things happen in Sète, when you go for a swim in the sea...
Streets in Sète
Beaches in Sète
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Cities in Sète
Cabaret in Sète
Harbors in Sète