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Places of interest

Explore charming villages such as Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, Saint-Martin-de-Brômes, Riez and Esparron-de-Verdon, which add a touch of Provencal charm to this already magnificent region. Discover local produce, savor Provencal gastronomy and immerse yourself in the peaceful pace of life here.

The village of Valensole

The historic center of Valensole is a magnificent place with old Provencal houses, fountains, chapels and two listed gardens (the
Clos de Villeneuve
and the
Château du Grand Jardin
now a Chambre d’Hôtes). Here you’ll find many stores selling traditional lavender products, but nothing beats
our boutique
!

On the third Sunday in July, the
Lavender Festival
is an opportunity to discover the immense Valensole plateau, covered with fields of lavender and lavandin, offering a dazzling spectacle all day long.

The Verdon gorges

This is Europe’s largest canyon, located near Valensole. The region offers unspoilt landscapes, a historic road and lakes of a unique turquoise color.

Walking tours, pedalo and paddleboat rentals, bungee jumping, bike tours… The gorges are full of activities to enjoy with family and friends. More information on the
official website of the Verdon lakes and gorges
.

The village of Moustiers Sainte Marie

Since 1981,
Moustiers-Sainte-Marie
has been classified as one of France’s Most Beautiful Villages. It’s located in the Parc Naturel Régional du Verdon and the Haute-Provence Geopark, a UNESCO-listed nature reserve.

Church, ramparts, chapels, aqueduct, fountains, alliances of water and stone, pastel shades of tile and tufa, all combine to create a homogenous, lively architectural ensemble. The gentle way of life that emanates from it naturally encourages us to respect and value this place, to discover and protect it. The work of the land, perpetuated for centuries, is the link between the village’s history and its future.

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Sélection de produits lavande bio

Our main activity is the growing of lavender and lavandin, a family history with us for four generations. For years we have been pioneers in organic farming and recognised for the high quality of our work.

It was during a family meal in 2015 that the idea of distributing our products directly came to us. Until then, we had been selling our produce to wholesalers or agricultural cooperatives.

So it was on this impetus that myself, Samuel (22) and my partner Emma (20) decided to devote ourselves to this crop full-time, leaving the production side to my father so that everyone had all the space they needed to best develop their part of the business.

Our main activity is the growing of lavender and lavandin, a family history with us for four generations. For years we have been pioneers in organic farming and recognised for the high quality of our work.

It was during a family meal in 2015 that the idea of distributing our products directly came to us. Until then, we had been selling our produce to wholesalers or agricultural cooperatives.

So it was on this impetus that myself, Samuel (22) and my partner Emma (20) decided to devote ourselves to this crop full-time, leaving the production side to my father so that everyone had all the space they needed to best develop their part of the business.