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More About Sète

Sete is located in the South of France, on the Mediterranean coast, in the department of the Herault and the Languedoc-Roussillon area.

The charm of Sète is in the effortless energy that exumes from the canal, the sea, the streets, the restaurants.

You can walk and discover fishing boats, busy with their cargo, walk and find a restaurant to eat and watch, even in the relative cool of deepest winter. It seems there is a warmth here, perhaps because of its cosmopolitan feeling of ships from ports far away or from the young coming from the neary university city of Montpellier.

As a Fishing Port it has become France's biggest fishing port on the Mediterranean, though it is the 11th largest port as far as tonnage (3.6 million tonnes 2005). In the inland waters of the Etang de Thau - Oyster and Mussel farm fishing is King.

Sete, France

Tourist Attractions In Sete

Sete town falls into two parts - the low town, with the port, and criss-crossed by canals and bridges; and the high town on Mont St Clair. In the low town, the harbour front houses, canals and the fishing activity itself are the main attractions, along with the lovely 'village within a town' - the Pointe Courte sector.

Sète lies at the foot of Mount St. Clair (175 meters above sea level), between the Gulf of Thau and the Mediterranean Sea, and over the years a number of economic and tourist activities (the beaches) have developed. Sète is not just a port town, but a city with a very active cultural life, enhanced by the presence of several interesting museums and important churches.

Paul Valery Museum, Sete
A visit to Sète can begin with the Paul Valery Museum on Mount St. Clair (on the sea front next to the Cemetery, celebrated by Paul Valery), from which you can also enjoy an exceptional panoramic view. In the permanent collection of the Paul Valery Museum there are works by various important contemporary artists including Maurice Sarthou, Robert Combas, Francois Desnoyer, Hervé Di Rosa, Albert Marquet and Henry Matisse (La religieuse portugaise). On the first floor an entire room is dedicated to Paul Valery, born in Sète (1871-1945), with manuscripts, watercolour paintings, and rare editions of some of his work. Also very interesting is the room devoted to the painters of the eighteenth and nineteenth century with works by several French and Italian artists.

Chapel of Notre-Dame-De-La-Salette
The chapel of Notre-Dame-De-La-Salette stands on Mount St. Clair, built on the site of an ancient fortress built by Louis XIII. The church, consecrated in 1864, has fairly recent frescoes (by Bringuier from Annecy), and painted with real skill; the artist has successfully interpreted the sacred scenes with extreme delicacy, and the frescoes lose nothing to classical medieval frescose in their intensity.

Sete Regional Centre for Contemporary Art
For those who enjoy contemporary art, we recommend a visit to the Regional Centre for Contemporary Art on Rue Aspirant-Hebert, a forum open to young artists who utilise the most varied and innovative techniques of contemporary art such as installations and videos. Don't miss the 'George Brassen Space: a space for a poet' - a technology space dedicated to the famous singer song-writer of Sete, with unpublished photographs, manuscripts, and to hear the entire discography from 1952 to 1976. The visitor is equipped with a personal stereo in order to follow the story and songs of Brassen in a quite modern and unusual way. The Museum is open all year.

International Museum of Poor Art
Another interesting museum in Sète is the International Museum of “poor Art”, an invention of Hervé di Rosa and Bernard Beluc, in which are collected everyday objects that have been abandoned because they were considered useless: toys, trading cards , flower baskets and other items, which, according to the founders, though they no longer have practical use, 'arouse aesthetic pleasure'. The museum also features temporary exhibitions, sometimes related to personalities eg in 2001 a section was devoted to Elvis Presley, and in 2008 was devoted to Graffiti, and involved many contemporary artists.

Other Sete, France highlights
Sète, in an excellent geographical position, is an enjoyable city to visit in all seasons. After the visit to Mount St. Clair, follow the 'Haute-Route', leads to a characteristic and historical town, the pier 'Saint Louis', from where there is a nice view of the old lighthouse, on which are inscribed some verses of Paul Valery. Carrying on you can admire the Church of Sète, around which is the 'Quartier Haute', which was once inhabited by Italian fishermen and it is now home mostly to artists who here have opened their 'ateliers'. From there you reach the so-called Old Port with its narrow streets and canals and the sight of the vessels, and public meeting places.

In summer, for those who love the sea and the sun, they will find the beautiful beaches of Lazaret, the “Corniche” and Villeroy not far from the city. In the many local restaurants tourists can taste the typical dishes of the region, especially fish specialties: oysters, mussels and clams, the “rouille” of fried squids and the famous “Tiella” of Sète, starting perhaps with a local aperitif, the Noilly Prat, and then with some wine to accompany the fish, such as, for example, white wines of Listel.

A 'little train' guided tour of Sete is available. Boat trips along the coast are also available, and an unusual side-excursion can be made from Sete out towards the Etang de Thau in a glass-bottomed boat to see the mussel and oyster cultivation.


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