Enjoy the breathtaking sights and sweet scents of the beautiful lavender fields in Plateau de Valensole. Discover the hilltop villages of Moustiers-Sainte-Marie and Sainte Croix du Verdon and an amazing Verdon canyon landscape.
- Enjoy a comfortable ride with your private driver throughout the picturesque landscapes of Provence
- Enjoy free time in the endless lavender fields
- Walk through the hilltop village of Moustiers Sainte Marie with its 8th century Chapel
- Admire the extraordinary landscape of Grand Canyon of Verdon
- End your tour at the Occitane Museum
If you come to Provence you can't miss one of the symbols of the region: the Lavender Fields. Deluxe France takes you to a 'Lavender Fields & Moustiers Private Tour' where you get to see not only the breathtaking lavender landscapes such as Valensole but other charming traditional places like Moustiers, one of the most beautiful villages in France. Enjoy the ride from Aix en Provence to Valensole while admiring the waves of shining sunflowers. The best time to enjoy these endless fields is from mid-June to mid-July. Enjoy free time to stroll along the lavender fields and delight your senses in this unique place.
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Next, continue your itinerary to the hilltop medieval village of Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, famous worldwide for its fine ceramics and 'faïence pottery'. This medieval village, located above a rocky canyon, has a superb setting crowned by a 8th century church. A steep walk up to the Notre Dame de Beauvoir chapel will lead you to a stunning view over the village and landscape. Walk along through the narrow streets, enjoy the local handcraft shops and learn about the history behind the golden star hanging above the village.
Later, head to the lake of Sainte Croix du Verdon and enjoy several photo stops on the way for panoramic views on the Verdon Canyon and lake. It is rightly considered to be the most beautiful and deepest canyons in Europe admired by visitors from all over the world, the Verdon became a protected natural site in 1990.
Finally, before heading back to your place of stay, you can make a stop at the famous Occitane museum to learn everything about essential oils and natural cosmetics that will remain a highlight as you visit Provence.
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-Meet at your place of stay in Aix-en-Provence.
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