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We come here every year, for the past 5 years at least we come every summer, this is the first time we visited in End of October. No more lavender as expected. Super happy the boutique was open. We were the only customers, the madame...More
If you are in Provence to experience the lavender industry in all its glory, then Angelvin is the place to visit.Copious fields of Lavender, a distillery, and an excellent shop filled with articles of lavender origin, from soaps and perfumes to honey and confectionery.
I was lucky to catch it on a few days ago but today 27.07.2018, the spot has been leveled by a harvester:( there is one equally pretty spot which as of today was still amazing. It is almost at the end of D56 when you...More
If you've ever daydreamed about endless fields of lavender, this place is it. More fields than you can imagine to fulfill all your Instagram dreams.
There's many fields in the area, but this one is very well kept, has a gift shop where you can...More
This field and the shop next to it is an easy and excellent way to see the lavender and buy some lavender products as well. The field is tidy and you can tell that it is well maintained, to a large extent for the tourist...More
At last my wish came true! I wnated to see lavander fileds in blooming for a long time. We had visited Provence 3 times earlier, but never caught the right period. My husband and me spent the last week of June in Provence and visited...More
We left Aix en Provence at around 7 am and headed for Valensole. The Lavender fields at Lavande Angelvin already had a few people there taking photos. The time for photography in this field is best in the morning.
They have one of the better...More
My husband and I didn't visit the actual store here, but they definitely had the best fields for photos. These fields were very well maintained with the distinct breaks between rows of lavender. The movement of the lavender in the breeze and the sound of...More
Response from dgjohansson | Reviewed this property |
Hard to say. From what I’ve read, it shouldn’t be possible to see the big fields blooming. However, there are some lavender harvests festivals in the area in the middle of August, so there is a slight possibility that some... More
Hard to say. From what I’ve read, it shouldn’t be possible to see the big fields blooming. However, there are some lavender harvests festivals in the area in the middle of August, so there is a slight possibility that some fields are still there. But I would recommend to try to go in the end of June to beginning of July to have the best shot of seeing the fields.