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Ferries Sete

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
During the restricted period, access, circulation and parking are not allowed to the following vehicles:
- Rental vehicles which have not been rented in Formentera
- Quads
- Caravans and campers
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Ferries to SètePort connections and services

Situated on the French coast, the port of Sete is one of the busiest in the Mediterranean and plays a key role in the city's economy.

The port area receives a considerable amount of tourist and commercial traffic, with hydrofoils and ferries to Sète providing excellent links to Spain, Tunisia, and Morocco.

The port of Sète is the second-largest port in France, after Marseille.

The port of Sète is also organized to receive small private boats and yachts. In fact, the reality of the port is characterized by the versatility of the services offered. Passengers passing through this port can take advantage of the ferry services offered by the main shipping companies.

It is divided into two areas, the main port, used for passenger embarkation and disembarkation and cruises, and the old port, used for pleasure and tourist boats.

⚓ Shipping companies and connections:

The shipping companies that operate connections to and from Sète are:

Balearia

• Grandi Navi Veloci

🚢 From the port of Sète there are many connections to Morocco, such as the one from the port of Tangier Med and the port of Nador. Connections are guaranteed all year round by the Balearia and Grandi Navi Veloci companies.

The port is close to the city center, so passengers can enjoy a wide range of services. The passenger terminal for the Sète ferries offers pleasant facilities such as internet cafés, snack bars, restaurants, and a cozy waiting room.

The port area has a large area in front of the embarkation points, which allows for both long and short stays for cars, campers, and buses. The Port of Sete also has an efficient network of taxi, bus, and train services.

Sete ferries About Sete

Sète is also known as the Venice of the Languedoc, as the area extends around the Canal Royal, a square where the canals converge and where most of the citizens' boats are moored.

It is a colorful city with docks, lagoons, and a great cultural and historical heritage, just like Venice.

The first stop on your visit to Sète should be the old port and its canals, close to the village of Pointe-Courte, a small fishing district. You will find colorful houses, alleys full of the city's history and an atmosphere of the times that have gone by.

Don't miss the Saint Louis lighthouse, first built in 1680 and rebuilt in 1948, which now marks the entrance to the canal for boats.

You can see the famous Provençal covered markets, also called “Les Halles”, which originated in Paris in 1183. Today, the markets have been relocated due to the development of the city and France in general. You can find them just outside Paris in a real underground shopping center.

🍴 Don't miss Sète's signature dish: fish and shellfish, especially oysters, considered a delicacy not to be missed.

🏖️ Sète also has several beaches scattered around the area, one of the most famous and crowded during the summer months is Plage Baleine or Castellas Beach. Both offer a long stretch of white sand and crystal clear waters.

How to reach the boardings:

Address: Entrée, Rue de la Peyrade, 34200 Sète, Francia

GPS Coordinates: 43°24'17.9"N 3°42'08.3"E5

The port of Sète is accessible via the A9 freeway and Montpellier airport is about 40 km away. There are regular cab and bus services in the port area, providing good access to the city and surrounding areas.

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