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We learned to sail with Nautism Sete sailing school there and the Port of Sete was the starting and ending port for the training, it was a great venue to learn to sail while we were still new to it, busy enough but not too...More
This is a low key port with beautiful scenery and a bit of serenity (as in peace and quiet). It was a welcome and totally French experience. In reality, I doubt I would spend more than a couple of non-cruise days here; I'd rather venture...More
This Port is a working fishing port but you cannot buy any fish anywhere! It was interesting for a short period but marred by the incredibly tight car parking spaces under the canal - very difficult to get in or out of
My family arrived there with MS.Azamara Quest cruise on June 17 morning. Port de Sete was very spectacular view with lovely building. Sete was small city but really fantastic place for tourists. It's also major port city in the southeast French region of Occitanie. It's...More
We recently visited Port de Sète and had a very enjoyable day. A very exciting area with the hustle and bustle of sea craft and people. Many bars and eateries around to stop and rest and take in the atmosphere and enjoy the sea air....More