This can vary depending on seasonal temperatures, but the ideal time to see our fields in full bloom is typically between mid-July and the first week of August.
No need to make a reservation. We can welcome many people on our site and stay in keeping with health measures. You simply need to buy a visit pass. If you do this online, your pass will be valid until May 7th of the following year. You can also buy your visit pass on site at our ticket booth.
Our new site offers visitors a number of different spaces to explore, including our boutique and our lavender fields, but also educational tours, an immersive Chromatic Fields space designed by Moment Factory, a relaxation space, workshops, and other surprises to enchant our visitors. Explore everything we have to offer on our website:Visitez notre site (bleulavande.com)
Guided tours are available every hour on the hour on weekends between June 13 and September 18.
You can spend the entire day with us. You can enjoy any of our Bleu Lavande spaces for as long as you like while you’re here.
We are open weekdays and weekends, even on holidays. The only time we are closed is on December 25 and January 1.
Our spaces are adapted to welcome those with limited mobility and the trails in our fields are wheelchair accessible.
There is no restaurant on site, but between June 16 to September 18 (11am to 5:30pm), we usually have a street food truck on site. Consult our monthly event calendar to learn more. Otherwise, our Gourmet Space offers visitors a selection of sandwiches and treats. Visitors are certainly welcome to bring their own meals and make use of our marvellous picnic areas.
We offer massage sessions when our fields are abloom from the end of June until the end of August. You can book your session directly on our website: Massages | Massothérapie (bleulavande.com)
Our lavender plants usually start being available for purchase in our boutique the week before Mother’s Day. Follow our Facebook page to get real-time updates about when they become available.
Other frequently asked questions
Dogs are allowed but only on our outdoor site, and they must stayon leash.
It is our pleasure to welcome photographers and families for photo shoots in our fields. Simply make your way to our lavender farm and pay for your visit passes upon arrival (no reservations required).
Unfortunately, our facilities are not equipped to host these kinds of events. If you’d like to organize a group visit, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Unfortunately, for insurance and safety reasons, we cannot host overnight visitors in our parking lot.