"The singular island" as native French poet Paul Valerie used to say. Home town of singers, artists painters and sculptors such as Georges Brassens, Jean Vilar, Di Rosa Brothers and Richard is surrounded by the Mediterrenean Sea and a salted lake linked to the sea by different canals appreciated by sailors. Numerous bars and restaurants are open on boardwalks.
Enjoy fully that original city when living in its heart. I rent a sunny 60 sq. meters loft in the middle of Sète's typical areas and of all services (central market, shops, bars, tourist inform etc...) 5 bus lines at 2 minutes walk will take you anywhere in town (5 minutes to the rail station, 7 to 10 to the different beaches.
A 3rd and last floor, with 2 rooms, an opened kitchen, a shower room and a small office, the flat provides all comfort for cooking and leisure (satellite Tv, dvd, wi fi etc..)
Cultural events happen all year long : theater in winter, music festivals in summer, local events in different areas all year. 3 museum are open all year as well.
For more information on city and events please connect you on office (website hidden).
We spent 2 summer weeks in Bernard’s apartment, and enjoyed ourselves greatly. It’s breezy, funky, roomy, well-equipped and filled with character—with interesting collections from his travels. There’s a nice little terrace to take in meals and a drink, and watch the sky (blue or starry). It is right in the middle of the Centre Ville, so close to the action of things as well as the main market (daily) and the weekly markets (across from Square Léon Blum), including the huge and amazing one on Wednesdays. It is a stroll to the canal, and a scenic walk to Musée Paul Valery and along the cornice to the local inlet/crique beaches). Square Léon Blum (by the apartment) is the site of many local festivities, e.g. weddings, Fêtes de la Saint Louise events in August, music concerts…. The restaurants are great, especially Le Gourmand, L’Oranger and Aqui Oi (by canal towards the Vieux Port; try their sardines! Also their partner tapas bar next door, Aqui Sian Bien). Bernard was a wonderful host: very responsive and communicative throughout, easy-going and helpful with local tips; he left simple provisions for our first day, and even met us at the train station. A vibrant and kind soul!
This is the final rate, including any fees from the host and Airbnb.