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You can rent a yacht in Sete in one of the many marinas, many of the city's canals are filled with berths for yachts, from large marinas one can mention Sete Marina with 500 berths for yachts up to 30 m in length and up to 5 m draft , Sete Marina IGY for 30 superyachts up to 180 m in length and up to 8 m draft. It is more convenient to get to the Sete marinas from Montpellier International Airport - it is 35 km away.

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Sete is considered a beach resort, the length of nominally urban beaches exceeds 12 km, but there are only two of them in the city center - the beaches of Lazaret and La Corniche are suitable for families with small children, these beaches are protected from waves by breakwaters, the beaches are fine sand and water, swimming areas are specially fenced for children, hotels and restaurants near the beaches. But already to the Plage des Quilles and Plage Baleine stretching over the entire spit, you should get on a yacht rented in Sete, these beaches are a straight wide sandy strip about 10 km long, they are open to the Gulf of Lyon, their infrastructure rather modest, it is better to take everything you need with you. The beaches are great for water skiing, kitesurfing and other water sports.

Seth is still primarily a port, it is a relatively large city located in the historical region of Languedoc, which played a significant role in the formation of the French state and the modern Christian church, Languedoc at the beginning of the 12th century. became the arena of the Albigensian Crusade, 200 km west of Set is the Montsegur castle rock, where the Holy Grail was last seen. It is better to explore the sights of the surroundings on a yacht rented in Sete - it will quickly take you to the desired place on the coast, from where it is easier to get to memorable places. In the city itself, you need to take a trip on a yacht along the canals, look into the fishing quarter on the Short Spit, visit the Moliere theater, climb the Mont-Saint-Clair hill. Since the founding of the port in 1666 by Louis XIV, Les Joutes has been popular in Sete, a kind of knightly tournament on the water, where horses are replaced by boats, and the spears of the "knights" have no point.

By renting a yacht in Sete, you can make a short trek west to Agde, the oldest city in France and further to the Spanish border and the steep banks of the Pyrenees. From Sete, you can also take a sea voyage east to Marseille.

In addition to the sights in Sete, the local cuisine deserves attention; it has combined the Languedoc and Italian traditions thanks to the influx of migrants since the city was founded. Languedoc wines also deserve attention.