Tag: A. Huxley

Sanary-sur-mer: Land for Refugees

Sanary-sur-mer has been a refuge for many German and Austrian intellectuals and artists between the 1st and 2nd World wars. Other foreign intellectuals have reside in Sanary-sur-mer, among them A. Huxley who wrote “A Brave New World” in Sanary-sur-mer (La Gorgette district) in summer 1932.

Historical Facts

Provence region is rich in history. From the Roman and Greek empires settlements to the 2nd World War battles and the liberation of Provence by the allied troops, each town has a rich history to share.

Sanary-sur-Mer and Ollioules

 Larger View of Sanary-sur-Mer and Ollioules Area Sanary-sur-mer Frederic Dumas Historical Diving Museum – Video Map of residences of German and Austrian artists and intellectual exiled (1933-1945) An unique place on the Provence coast, is the little fishing… Read More