Where to stay in Sète?

Où dormir à Sète ?

Going on vacation to Sète soon? Here are the best areas to stay in Sète and book your accommodation.

Situated between the Mediterranean Sea and the Etang du Thau, Sète is a city famous for its port, the Mont Saint-Clair on which it was built and for being nicknamed locally the « Little Venice of Languedoc ». This refers to the many canals that run through the town, including the Canal du Midi, which ends its 240 km journey from Toulouse, and the Canal du Rhône, whose 98 km journey from Beaucaire also ends here.

But its everyday atmosphere offers a refreshing change from the tourist towns of the rest of the Languedoc coast – and if you like seafood, this is the place to be: Sète boasts the largest working fishing fleet on the Mediterranean coast. Sète’s beaches start 3 km southwest of the town center.

Accommodation in Sète is relatively easy and affordable during the months of September to March, but as soon as the warm weather and the tourists arrive, finding a place to sleep in Sète becomes more difficult. The high season pushes up the price of hotel nights in Sète, and apartments and houses for rent are snapped up.

Loger à Sète

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Hotel in Sète

To sleep in Sète, choose from over 130 hotels.

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Vacation home for rent in Sète

In addition to hotels, you can also rent a vacation home for your accommodation in Sète.

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Apartment for rent in Sète

You can also opt to rent an apartment in Sète.

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B&B in Sète

To live as close as possible to the locals, you can rent a bed and breakfast in Sète.

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Youth hostel in Sète

There are no youth hostels located in and around Sète.

Visit Sète

Best time to go: July, June, September

Lowest rates for accommodation: January, February, March, November