JERSEY LAVENDER FARM
Petit Futé's opinion on JERSEY LAVENDER FARM
The perfume industry in Jersey has been famous since the 18th century. At that time, lavender was grown on a large scale, but the activity gradually disappeared. David and Elizabeth Christie took over the tradition in 1983 and grow some 70 varieties of lavender on a 2.8 hectare property. Here, visitors can walk through the fields from May to August, when the lavender is picked. They can also visit the distillery and the bottling room. Afterwards, visitors are welcomed in a tea room, and then in a store.
Opening time and information on JERSEY LAVENDER FARM
From May to the end of September, Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. Admission: £6.65 (£3.95 in May and September).
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