The Best of Sète, Episode 107

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Sète is full of charm, history and genuine French culture. It is a favorite of French families who go to enjoy the ambiance, the canals, the sea and the sun. If you'd like to spend some time on the Mediterranean and not spend your whole vacation budget in two days, keep reading and listening, this is the city for you! Learn how to enjoy the best of Sète Annie and Elyse's way.

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When Annie visited Sète after recording this episode, she stayed at a hotel called Le National. She found it comfortable, clean, the owner was friendly. This is a family-run hotel, the hotel lobby closes in the afternoon. The owner will contact you via SMS to confirm the details of how to get into your room.

Le National is a great budget hotel, in a good location, easy walking distance to the Canals, free parking is not difficult near the hotel. Skip the hotel breakfast (nothing special or "bof, bof" as we say in French) and go have breakfast at a café near the Canal instead.

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Discussed in this Episode

  • Beach in France
  • Mediterranean Resort
  • Sète
  • Thau Lagoon
  • Tielle
  • Off the Beaten Track in France
Canal with boats and beautiful homes: the best of Sète episode
Photo Annie Sargent

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Annie and Elyse think that Sète is definitely worth a couple of days. The area has a lot to offer without being pretentious and out of reach financially. And you'll love the accent, it's like they are singing when they talk over there!

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Montpellier Area

2 Replies to “The Best of Sète, Episode 107”

  1. Thanks Annie – what a great episode! In planning for our family trip in 2017, I’ve been looking for a place just like Sete as you’ve described it. Question: I did a quick search on accommodations in the area and found that the options are expanded greatly if one considers both the towns of Sete and the neighboring town of Agde. Could you comment on Agde? On the map and in pictures they seem very similar but (although they border each other) their town centers are nearly 30 km apart. Any comparisons or contrasts you can provide would be helpful.

    Thanks a bunch! (also apologies if this was posted twice)

    -Matt

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