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Sete Cruise Reviews

Sete Cruise Port
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Sete Overview
If you had never been to the Mediterranean coast, and had to create the ideal small seaport town from scratch, Sete would be it. The town is almost like a movie set, with its small pristine harbor, ...
Constance Beresford
07/15
Pretty bustling working port, rent a car and drive to Carcassonne Read more
Val11
06/15
Sete was a very nice place to visit and reminded me a little of Venice. We did not partake in any organised ... Read more
Arling2nGal
05/15
Sete was a charming port. We walked around on our own and hiked to the top of Mont St-Clair where we were ... Read more
TravelingGal62
08/13
We walked around. Stopped in a local cafe. You can get great WiFi in the cafes...the ship steward even tells ... Read more
southampton observer
04/13
Docked right next to town. Easy flat walk to very French town centre. Don't miss the vibrant outdoor food ... Read more
hawkieboy1
05/12
This is lovely little town that offered a great deal of walking about to see the various sights. The one ... Read more
Spudley1
05/12
Nothing to do and very dirty. Probably would be ok if you took an excursion to Montpellier, but Sete itself ... Read more
Shelagh Thompson
09/11
Sete was a most pretty little town, we went on one of the organised tours which took in the Thau Lagoon and ... Read more
Alex Smith
08/11
A very boring port, with a drab old down and only half interesting talk about mussels and wine. The majority ... Read more
Diane Farthing
06/11
Again an industrail type port and were bused in again, but buses very punctual and easy drop off for town. Read more
John Mcphee
05/11
We used Sete as our beach stoop as it has a lovely beach only a short walk from boat. Lovely little place ... Read more
Samuelk728
04/10
Note, this port is SANTA MARTA, Colombia....the drop down box did not have Santa Marta as an option. I am ... Read more

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