The Pavilion located on Mont St Clair looks at the sea.
Sylvie Paget locasete
- english, french, italian
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all we needed in a compact space. terrace ideal.
The cottage was well equipped, clean and comfortable. For someone with slight mobility problems (me), the steps from room to room were a problem as there were no rails or handles to assist. The sheltered terrace was a delight, with views down to the sea, and comfortable seating.
I would be happy to recommend this cottage.
We enjoyed the regular company of a handsome cat.
Pas tout à fait ce que l'on croyait.
Pas si calme que ça, cieste impossible,dans la location ventilation insuffisante,manque des moustiquaires pour pouvoir laisser les fenêtres ouvertes .Peintures à refaire,et manque de placard pour vêtements. Pas de parking
Tres satisfaits de notre séjour à sete
Nous recommandons notre séjour à sete la location très bien près du centre ville en face de la mer commerce à proximité très calme
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Surrounded by water on all sides, Sète, nicknamed the Venice of Languedoc, has the charm of a fishing town. It reveres the memory of poet Paul Valéry and Georges Brassens singer, both born in Sète. It is an attractive city whose docks are very busy. You can visit the Paul Valéry Museum and the Georges Brassens Space, the library, the Molière theater. Sète also has an "International Museum of Humble Arts," a casino. The marina is adjacent to the auction and many restaurants will show you the sétoise gastronomy (tial, stuffed squid, macaronade, grilled cuttlefish ...). The Theatre of the Sea, old fort overlooking the Mediterranean, hosts music festivals throughout the summer. The feast of Saint Louis in late August is the opportunity to attend the famous final jousting with music and bodega around the royal setting. The beach of the lido extending over 12 km you will also enjoy the pleasures of idleness.
Rental boats and jet-ski: On the Lido beach summer you can rent jet skis and motorboats with and without a license. You can also pass the French boat license in a few days! Be sure to visit the canals of Sète by boat you will have a totally different picturesque view of the city, continue your walk by heading to the area of the 'quilt' and you will be on the pond of Thau. From there, head for the oyster parks Bouzigue, stop to eat some oysters and white wine Picpoul and it is returned to Cap d'Agde. Then turn back to Sète through the sea along the beaches of Rochelongue or if you have time continue your trip on a small portion of the Canal du Midi with its locks, its barges and its ancient trees! In short a great holiday in perspective. N''hésitez not to wonder about the cultural and tourist visits in the area!
Sète is the first French fishing port for tuna, huge tuna are moored in the city center with their prominent fishing net on the docks. The area of the quilt in Sète is very picturesque, it is a fishing district on the edge of the pond of thau lively summer evenings where you can have a drink and eat delicious skewers evening. Fishing for bream in October when the fish leave the lake to reach the sea is the opportunity to witness an incredible sight, hundreds of angler crammed against each other to bring the most bream possible.
The jousts: Bleachers installed during the Saint Louis along the Royal Canal of docks, one can witness spectacular fights. These struggles are called games. For the winner of the biggest tournament of St Louis is the assured immortality since 1666, his name is engraved for posterity on a shield, in the hall of the Museum Paul Valéry games ... More than a sport, beyond the folklore and tradition, jousts reflect the soul of Sétois! The boats are propelled by 10 oarsmen, solid fishermen mostly controlled by a patron-experienced helmsman at the front of the boats, an oboe and a drum play the traditional air jousting at the time of the fight, and traditional tunes Languedociens between passes. Marching bands based in the stands 'hot' atmosphere and welcome the victorious tilters and spectacular passes with great bursts of brass and bass drums! This is especially the summer you attend this wonderful show.
Info Golf: Golf Cap d'Agde, is an invitation to sporting challenge. Fashioned in the heart of a sublime Mediterranean landscape, the Golf du Cap d'Agde offers magnificent undulating greens, water hazards and carefully positioned bunkers. A driving training center 36 stations including 16 covered, a putting green and an approach green are available. Changing rooms are available as well as equipment rental. The clubhouse has a pro shop but also a bar and restaurant "La Pleiade" to meet friends after an enjoyable round of golf. Charm and friendliness characterize this place whose exceptional geographic location offers stunning views of the course. International Golf 18 holes of Montpellier Massane, designed by Californian architect Ronald Fream in 1988, was designed to provide a unique golfing experience.