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Road trip à moto à Perpignan et dans ses alentours

Here is a motorcycle road trip that should appeal to lovers of the towns and landscapes of the south-western part of France. Between the sea and the mountains, a two-wheeled escapade from Perpignan is ideal to conquer the hilly panoramas of the Albères massif, before reaching the spectacular hinterland of the prefecture of the Pyrénées-Orientales. We then head for Sète, the little Venice of the Languedoc, with stops along the way in ...

Sète, la Venise du Midi à l'heure de ses joutes aquatiques

Nestling at the foot of Mont Saint-Clair, between the blue of the Etang de Thau and the Mediterranean, linked to land by two narrow tongues of sand, Sète, the singular island or the Venice of the South, as some call it, proudly bears the title of the first fishing port on the coast. Here, the colours and accents have the scent of Italy, the trawlers carry the taste of the open sea. It is truly a most pleasant summer getaway. Especially if ...

Top 10 des plus beaux ports de France ! On (re)part quand ?

From north to south via the west, France benefits from a generous maritime coast which attracts many French and international travellers to enjoy the coastline. Whether you are a yachtsman looking for a new anchorage or simply want to admire the boats and stroll along the seafront, Petit Futé has selected for you the 10 most beautiful ports in France, from the English Channel to the Brittany coasts via the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. ...

@Marquet, La Méditerranée, d'une rive à l'autre

The works collected at the Paul Valéry Museum in Sète for this exhibition come from French and foreign museums, from private international collections, many of which are rarely exhibited. They testify to the extreme diversity of the water landscapes in which Marquet was interested: a quay, a jetty, the calm waters of a neighbouring port with the overflowing activity of other congested ports, teeming with masts, boats, cranes, vertical, ...