Full day lavender tour from Arles
- See the blooming lavender fields
- Stroll through a provençal market
- Visit the Lavender Museum (entrance included)
Discover a traditional open-air market everyday in a different village of Provence and appreciate its stalls which present a shimmering palette of fruits and vegetables...
Drive along a picturesque road through wild lavender fields to Sault, lavender capital (photo stops) or Roussillon. Free time in Sault or Roussillon to wander and do shopping in lavender shops. You will appreciate the lavender : essence, flowers, honey... Free time for lunch (not included) on your own during the day.
Drive to Gordes, perched village in Luberon, one of «the most beautiful villages in France» entirely stone-built. Photo stop at Senanque abbey to take pictures of the blooming lavender field.
Visit of the LAVENDER Museum (entrance ticket included) in Coustellet where you will find out the secrets of the lavender flower (video, exhibition, demonstration of distillation, shop).
- Transportation in 8-seater A/C minibus
- English-speaking professional driver/guide
- Entrance to the Lavender Museum
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Personal expenses
- Gratuities (optional)
- Infant (0-3): free
- Children (4-11): reduced
Jules César Hôtel, 9 boulevard des Lices 13200 Arles
Meet us 10 minutes before departure in front of the hotel Jules César.
- Free time for lunch (not included) on your own during the day
From 5 June 2019 – 15 August 2019
Everyday from Mondays to Sundays
Departure at 8.15am | Return at 6.30pm
No tours on 1st May 2019, 25th December 2019, 1st January 2020
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