Provence Lavender Tour From Paris

A one day tour from Paris to see the Lavender fields in Provence

Provence Lavender Tour From Paris

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One Lavender Fields Tour in Provence from Paris

Embark on a half-day lavender tour from Paris to the enchanting landscapes of Provence, starting in Avignon at 10 am with a tour of the Pope’s Palace. After lunch on your own, you’ll meet at the Avignon Tourist Office at 2:30 p.m. Traverse picturesque roads to the lavender capital of Sault, and complete your day with a visit to a lavender producer to learn about the distillation process. you’ll retrun to Avignon about 7:30 p.m. Your guide will ensure you return to Avignon for your evening train journey back to Paris, carrying newfound knowledge and appreciation of the “blue gold” of Provence.

One Day Trip from Paris to Provence

Price: $160 per person (rail not included).

Departure Time: After 10:00 a.m.

Duration: 9 hours

Meeting Point: Tour meets at the Avignon TGV station.

Availability: Available for departure from Paris 7 days a week from June through the first week of August.

What’s Included on This Tour?

  • Pick up and drop off in Avignon
  • Driver guide for the half day
  • Visit of a Provencal market
  • A visit to Sault
  • A visit to Gordes
  • Tour Senanque Abbey

Rail to and from Paris not included in price.

Lavender Day Trip From Paris Itinerary

Your day begins in the early morning as you depart from Paris by train to Avignon, where your not-to-be-missed Lavender Tour will start at 9 am. Set off in a luxury minivan and prepare to explore the beauty of Provence in full bloom!

The first stop of your day tour is a traditional Provencal market. Bask in the authentic ambiance of Provence, wandering among the local stalls abundant with fresh produce that’ll make your mouth water.

Your journey will then take you to Sault, the capital of lavender (or Roussillon, depending on the blogeeing evolution). Your guide will navigate along a picturesque road, offering panoramic views of lavender fields that are nothing short of breathtaking.

Once in Sault, you will be given free time to meander through the charming streets of the village, savor the local beauty, and pick up some unique Provencal souvenirs. Don’t forget to capture memorable photos of the stunning landscape that surrounds you!

Your journey carries on to another iconic landmark of Provence – the captivating Luberon village of Gordes. Highly regarded as one of the “most beautiful villages in France”, Gordes presents a visual feast. Situated atop the Luberon hills, the village offers a magnificent vantage point over Provence that is undoubtedly a high point of the tour.

The Village of Gordes in the Luberon Region
The Village of Gordes in the Luberon Region

Your journey ends at the majestic Senanque Abbey, an iconic Cistercian monument surrounded by lavender fields during the blooming season. The captivating beauty of this spot makes it one of the most popular photo sites of Provence’s lavender fields. This visit will immerse you completely in the world of our “blue gold”.

As the day comes to an end, your guide will ensure you’re back to Avignon at approximately 5:30 pm. From here, you’ll board your evening train back to Paris, enriched with the knowledge and appreciation of Provence’s lavender legacy. Please remember to check the train schedules and plan your return to Paris accordingly for a hassle-free journey.

Provence Lavender Tour – Rail Information

Link Paris will gladly book your round-trip rail from Paris to Provence. If not booking rail through Link Paris, please do not book your train tickets until instructed to do so by us. The exact train schedule and pick up time at the Avignon rail station will always be confirmed by our reservation department when booking. Special time schedules apply on bank holidays.

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