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Sete (Mole Saint Louis), Languedoc-Roussillon, France

Marina Sete, also known as Mole Saint Louis or Port Sete is located in the coastal commune with the same name, in the Southern side of the French coast, in the region of Languedoc-Roussillon. The commune of Sete used to be known as Cette until 1928 and it was often compared to Venice. This small area has a powerful cultural identity that was built in time, thanks to great names and personalities. Sete used to be home to Paul Valery, Georges Brassens and many other artists who were inspired by the natural beauty and the uniqueness of this place. It was built near Mont St Clair which offers stunning landscapes throughout the year. Sete is a well-known centre for water jousting and tourists who will visit town during St-Louis festival will have lots of fun. From a cultural point of view, there are many attractions that are worth seeing, such as the Museum Paul Valery, the Notre Dame de la Salette, etc. Kayaking and stand-up Paddle-Polynesian dugout are popular among active tourists.

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Attractions in Languedoc-Roussillon

Languedoc – Roussillon, also known as Lengadoc – Rosselhon in Occitan and Llenguadoc – Rossello in Catalan, is an important region of France that is located in the southern side of the country, having an exit to the Mediterranean Sea. This region is comprised of five departments: Audee, Gard, Herault, Lozere and Pyrenees-Orientales. It is the favourite destination of those who are in love with nature and its most popular cities are Montpellier, Carcassonne, Nimes, Perpignan, Cap D’Agde and Argeles-sur-Mer.

Those who have never been to Languedoc-Roussillon should know that this is a picturesque land, where music, literature and wine form the best combination and represent the definition of the quality time. The region of Languedoc-Rousillon played an important role on the timeline of French history. According to archaeological evidence, these lands were inhabited long before the Greeks and other civilisations existed. Many discoveries regardi... more info