History Provence

History Provence - 1 page


15.09.2017 08:08
Menton will hold the first E-bike show on the Cote d'Azur
The first bike ride with a special exhibition of electric bicycles will be held this weekend in Menton.  
14.09.2017 08:03
The Festival of Kites in Marseilles will host the participants from 10 countries
On September 16 and 17 in Marseilles, the Festival of Kites will take place.
13.09.2017 08:32
Hurricane Irma inflicted damage on the French overseas territories
As a result of the Irma hurricane on the French overseas islands Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélemy, at least n...
12.09.2017 08:25
Cannes Yachting Festival celebrates its anniversary
Cannes Yachting Festival is recognized as one of the most important events of the yacht industry, as well as the larg...
11.09.2017 08:09
The publication which disclosed the naked photos of Kate Middleton was fined for a considerable amount
The French court of Nanterre ordered the popular Closer magazine to pay moral compensation to the royal family for pu...

History - Notre Provence Group

Lovely region, smelling of lavender, Provence has rich nature and not less rich and interesting history. Every year millions of tourists visit France seeking to learn this country, and many are interested in the history of Provence. (By the way, thanks to this the business closely linked to the tourism sector is developed in Provence).

Notre Provence Group Company is ready to assume the role of a guide and acquaint with the history of this «magic» French corner. In ancient times (before the conquest of Provence by the Romans) its territory «chosen» and settled by warlike and industrious tribes of Liguria. And in about 500 BC the also Celts began to settle in these blessed lands. They captured the areas they liked and «mixed» with the Ligurian population. It resulted to the development of a unique Liguria-Celtic civilization.

A little later, Greek sailors engaged in commerce appeared in Provence. The history of Provence retained data that about 600 BC they founded the port city of Marseille, but only after the permission of the local king by the name of Nunn. There is a legend in Provence which tells the story of the founding of the city. Allegedly, the Greeks managed to get the king’s permission only because his only daughter fell in love with one of the young Greeks…
About us

Customer Support

info@info-provence.com
Subscribe to Newsletter

Home Login to the Cabinet Advertising Contacts © Notre Provence Group 2015 - 2017
Go Top