Venture deep into the charming Provence countryside to explore the explosion of color and perfume that fills the region. Gain insight into the culture of the plant at the Lavender Museum before passing through purple fields and discovering pretty villages along the way.
Drive through the exotic patchwork of colors created by the lavender and wheat fields as you head to the small and picturesque village of Sault. Wander along cobbled streets and explore the array of shops selling a variety of lavender-themed products, including scented essential oils, locally made honey, and fragrant teas.
Take the unique opportunity to learn how lavender is grown and subsequently made into lavender products at the museum in the town of Coustellet. Founded by the Linclere family, the company has been growing lavender for 5 generations and is now one of the region's largest producers. Learn how lavender has been cultivated, distilled, and used for more than 4,000 years.