Inter Hotel Port Marine Sete

Le Mole Saint-Louis, , Sete 34200
Hotel Port Marine
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transfer from beziers airport

by nicka123


I'm going to Sete (Hotel le national) soon with my girlfriend but neither of us drive...

also we're on a fairly tight budget!

what is the best way of getting there from beziers airport? how much would a taxi cost approximately? I've read that there's a shuttle from the airport to beziers bus station but that it's a way from the train station.

It seems like a good place to go in terms of public transport, easy access to other towns, beaches etc...

sorry for all the questions, just want to make everything perfect!

Re: transfer from beziers airport

by Sarastro

Firstly, I should think that the Montpellier airport is much closer to Sete and with more connection options than is the Beziers airport.

However, if you want to take a taxi to Sete from Beziers airport, here are the options. I am guessing that distance might cost about 60-80€:

Agathe Taxis : 04 67 26 76 36
Hourdequin : 04 67 39 45 74
Taxi Europe : 04 67 77 31 28
Taxi Guy : 04 67 69 65 65
Taxi marseillannais : 04 67 21 95 04
Taxi l'Urgence : 04 67 90 90 79
Taxi Radio Béziers : 04 67 35 00 85
Taxi Vias : 04 67 21 72 38
Vandeputte : 04 67 39 67 02
Taxi Agathois : 04 67 94 40 88
Radio Taxi Yves : 04 67 21 82 31

Secondly, I thought the Gare Routiere was next to the train station in Beziers. If not you could easily walk to the train station from just about any public location in Beziers and take one of the many daily trains to Sete.

Once in Sete your hotel is a short walk from the Sete train station.

Re: transfer from beziers airport

by AngLangS

Here's the address for the Airport shuttle info

It looks like you would actually be better off getting the bus to Beziers rather than Agde - it's little more than 20 minutes and only costs 3.10 euros.

(Just in case there's a probem with the link, the site has some useful info and a link to the timetable)

Travel Tips for Sète

Tielles--octopus tart.

by diosh

This is a speciality of Sete.It looks delicious but I have never had the courage to try it!

Updated-June 2007.I have now eaten two!First one in a restaurant was overcooked- dry and burnt at the edges.
The second one we bought in a patisserie and took it for our return train journey picnic.
It was delicious.Octopus 'pulpe' cooked in a tomato sauce- very rich and moist.I'm now a convert.

It confirmed that in fact the first one was overbaked-we thought the restaurant might have been trying to get rid of them quickly?



Mèze is a 10.000 inhabitants city on the Bassin de Thau. It is a very old city, built by the Greeks, Vith BC. The city is mostly dedicated to mussels and oysters growing. It has of course a great many sea food restaurants.
For more, visit my Mèze page.


by diosh

14 kms of sandy beach--beside the Mediterranean, with the Eatng de Thau behind.
It forms a long 'spit' of land, arriving at Vias and Agde at the far end.
A short bus ride from the town takes you to this wonderful, uncrowded beach.It is dotted with little cafes providing parasols for shelter, when the blazing sun gets too hot.
There are showers, toilets and life guard stations at various places along the beach.
The signposts near the lifeguard station provide information as to wind speed and temperature of air and the water.
The town of Sete can be seen to the middle left of the picture.

11 quai Noël Guignon


11 quai Noël Guignon stand another amazing house. It obviously has been built later than the previous ones as it is in Art Nouveau style. Moreover, on top, a medallion bears : « ANNO 1910 »

Photo 1. The bottom of the building is not that impressive and it is difficult to look at, as there is little perspective.

Photo 2 shows at the upper level more décor with a colorful ceramic medallion.

Photo 3 and 4 are enlargements of the carvings. They allowed me to find that pinecones (or something looking like pinecones) were everywhere, from bottom to top. Are they really pinecones? I had a doubt, as the leaves do not look like pine needles. Finally, I feel that they are clumsily carved pine needles. In the center there is an odd looking caducea with 2 snakes and the initials AP. When the caducea has one snake, it is Esculape’s and deals with health. When it has two snakes, it is Hermes’s and deal with trade. This is here a Hermes’s caducea.

What does that all mean? Why so many pine cones? Trade of pinecones? That would be ridiculous and moreover, there are no pine forests in the neighborhood of Sète!

A visit to the ancient town of Agde.

by diosh

We caught the train that runs along the coastal spit of land to Agde., about an 8 minute journey. A fascinating old town, with many curious nooks and crannies to explore.
The cathedral towers over the quaint buildings which nestle beside the canal/river which in turn runs into the Med at La Tamarissiere.The end of this waterway is signalled by 2 lighthouses.


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 Inter Hotel Port Marine Sete

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Address: Le Mole Saint-Louis, , Sete 34200