Sète (; Seta in Occitan), known as Cette until 1928, is a commune in the Hérault department in the Languedoc-Roussillon region in southern France. Its inhabitants are called Sétois.
Known as the Venice of Languedoc and the singular island (in Paul Valéry's words), it is a port and a seaside resort on the Mediterranean with its own very strong cultural identity, traditions, cuisine and dialect. It is also the hometown of artists like Paul Valéry, Jean Vilar, Georges Brassens, Gregory Del Piero, Hervé Di Rosa, Manitas de Plata, and Robert Combas.
- Redirect Sète
Sete or SETE might refer to:
- Sète, a commune in Languedoc-Roussillon, France
- SETE Linhas Aéreas, a domestic airline in Brazil
- Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE)
- Bola Sete, a Brzilian guitarist
Usage examples of "sete".
Few European travellers even to-day have visited the great cataract known as El Salto de Guayra, or in Portuguese As sete Quedas.
He cheered up only next day when an autoroute exit near Sete pointed directions towards Poussan, Gigean and Bouzigues: this was so plainly a firm of Funeral Directors.
The direct methods that seted out to use with Julie were different from which used to use, but Julie was naturally intuitive and had too much street experience to let itself deceive by sweetened words and truths by halves.
To direct a film became its new goal, and it seted out to obtain it with the same decision that took it to prevail in the previous ones.
And I will not only live but that I will obtain what I have seted out to do.
Morna Moruna I behelde sowthawaye two grete mowntaynes standing over Bavvinane as two Queenes in bewty seted in the skye by estimacion xx legues fro hence above meny more ise robed mowntaines supereminente.
The male contingent of prisoners was lined up under the holm oaks for immediate fettering and chaining of the necks and legs in preparation for the long journey south on foot to Ales Ninmes - where they would be formally sentenced in the square - and on to the coast and the galleys moored awaiting them at Sete, Grau du Roi and other ports.
From Piripiri you travel to Sete Cidades by a rough ten-mile road that can be used by cross-country vehicles.