The Thau Archipelago and its museums

Musée de la merJardin antique méditerranéenMusée de l'étang BouziguesEglise Saint Paul Frontignan

Visit our Archipelago and its cultural sites in a different way,
emblematic of our history.

Do you like history and stroll around Sète? Let's go to the Sea Museum! History of the construction of the port, ship models, Languedoc jousting... This museum will reveal all the secrets of the city of Sète, its traditions and its exceptional maritime heritage.

Extend your visit to Sète by visiting the Espace Georges Brassens and discover the internationally renowned Sète artist, his life and work thanks to image and sound. Whether you are a music lover or just curious, this place will not leave you in the dark!

Why not then head for Frontignan to see its church (Saint Paul), built at the beginning of the 12th century? This surprising construction is made up of limestone from the Gardiole massif. To see if you pass by!

Also visit the Ancient Mediterranean Garden of Balaruc-Les-Bains, and learn the history of the different Mediterranean plant species and their uses. Pergolas, arbours, fountains and a small amphitheatre, with their domesticated nature, also blend with the components of ancient architecture. A journey through time full of colours and scents... Feel free to taste the honey produced on site, it is delicious...

Finish your trip in Bouzigues and its Ethnographic museum of the Thau lagoon, and discover all the secrets of local know-how: shellfish farming, mussel farming and fishing, thanks to an impressive collection of objects. Ideal for a fun family outing.

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