In the benevolent shade of its hundred-year-old pines, the domain of the Lazaret stretches over 3 hectares. This exceptional
site at the edge of the Mediterranean Sea, where the “languedociennes” traditions, tourist walks and nautical activities mingle,
has been preserved for nearly 150 years. It benefits from an outstanding natural, maritime and historical environment, at
the crossroads of marsh, garrigue, vineyards and seaside and yet in the heart of the town. A direct and private access to
the beach through a pedestrian tunnel, without crossing a road, confers a privileged and safe situation.
TTS participants will be hosted in twin and triple rooms. Free WiFi access is available.
Impressions from Sète
With its numerous and typical canals, Sete is a charming small Venice Languedocienne. Between the Mount Saint Clair which
overhangs it, offering a breathtaking panoramic view, the fishing port at its feet (the most dynamic in the Mediterranean
sea) and the marsh of Thau at its side, the small sunny city has been in full effervescence since it was built in 1666 by
king Louis XIV. It is particularly famous for the traditional water jousting, the oysters, fish and seafood and the morning
Sete benefits from a convenient direct access by high-speed train (TGV).