The little Venice of Languedoc is criss-crossed by a maze of canals, linking the Etang de Thau to the Mediterranean Sea.
The charm of the canals in the heart of the city is what makes it so famous and unique.
The Port of Sète is constantly optimizing the management of its 1,150 canal moorings. With a view to improving the quality of our services to users, our harbor agents carry out nautical surveillance of the boats present, as well as environmental monitoring of the waterways.
Port agents are available at the Capitainerie annexe on the Quai du Pavois d’Or.
Moving bridges (in blue) or fixed bridges (in red), take a look at the air draughts of Sète’s bridges.
Alternatively, program your bridge crossing by directly scanning the QR Code on the Occitanie Region’s Sète Bridges application.
The town’s canals play an essential role in protecting the sea and the Thau lagoon, as they are very concerned about our environment and the protection of our harbour waters.
Raising awareness is one of the roles of port teams, to ensure that simple, eco-responsible gestures are respected on a daily basis.
To help us in this ambassadorial role, the Sète Marina is in partnership with the CPIE du Bassin de Thau association, whose aim is to develop and promote initiatives for the ecological transition of our territory.