Sète is an important port city in the south-east of France, located in Occitania.

It is bordered by the Thau lagoon, a saltwater lagoon that is home to various animal species.

Along a narrow isthmus, the Mediterranean coast of Sète is made up of sandy beaches.

The summit of Mont Saint-Clair offers a view of the city, also called the "Venice of Languedoc" because of its network of canals.

The Paul Valéry Museum presents exhibitions on the history of Sète and includes a collection of works of art.

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