Ideally located, close to the beaches and the city-centre of Sète
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Why Antje Bruesch chose Sète
Surrounded by water, Sète is also called the Venice from Languedoc. The poet Paul Valéry and the singer Georges Brassens were both born here. It is an attractive and rather active city with the different canals. You can visit the museum „Paul-Valéry“ and „l'Espace Georges-Brassens“, the library, the Molière theatre. Sète also has a «musée international des arts modestes» and a casino. The sport harbour and the canals give home to several restaurants where you can discover the local food (tielles, encornets farcis, macaronade, seiche a la plancha...). The theatre of the sea (Théâtre de la Mer) is an ancient fort and receives music festivals during summer. If you are tired by the activities of the city, go and relax at the12 km long beach.
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