Car Hire Sete
Sete or Seta, in Occitan, is a beautiful town located in the Bassin de Thau intercommunality, Sete 1 and Sete 2 canton, Montpellier arrondissement, Herault department, in the Languedoc Roussilon region of France. The city has about 43,000 residents, living on an area of almost 25 square kilometers, situated at an elevation of about 4 meters. Poet Paul Valery named Sete "the Venice of Languedoc and the singular island". Sete functions as a seaside resort and has a long history and an intense cultural life. If you plan to visit it, you will need a few days to see all the beautiful attractions that this city has to offer.
Top Attractions within Sete
Espace Brassens is an art gallery located in Sete. You can visit it at 67 Boulevard Camille Blanc. This gallery is one of the most important attractions of the town, as it exposes not only the works of famous international artists, but also of those that live in the beautiful city of Sete and in the nearby surroundings.
Musee Paul Valery is a museum that opened in honor of poet, philosopher and essayist Ambroise Paul Toussaint Jules Valery. He was born in Sete and although he was raised in Montpellier, his personality still has a major influence of this city, which even dedicated him this museum. You should visit it to see memorabilia of the poet and also to find out more about the reasons for which he desired to be buried in Sete, as it is.
Savoring Southern France is a gourmet tour. This walking tour starts at 24 Quai de Lattre de Tassigny. The host of the tour speaks in English and will guide you through the streets of Sete to stop only at the best restaurants in town to taste the finest cheeses and wines and to try the delicious pastry and the best chocolate produced in town.