Lavender fields are spectacular natural tourist attractions. People come to admire the beauty and vibrant colors of these fields and enjoy their unique scenery. These natural destinations become points of attraction for visitors from all over the world, which contributes to the development of local and regional tourism.
Hiking in lavender fields has become a positive example of an activity that pleasantly combines ecotourism with the promotion of a local economic activity.
I noticed that the administrators of the lavender fields have the habit of organizing a few open days every year. Access is free or for a small fee. Each person has the opportunity to pick a lavender bouquet to take home.
These days, various recreation and photo spaces are set up inside the lavender field. Both professional photographers and small amateur photographers, as we consider ourselves, reserve their days in the calendar. They come accompanied by friends and family and look for the best angles. The photos are posted on social networks, contributing to the promotion of the company that manages the lavender field.
At the same time, the association between the pleasant olfactory experience is so strong that hikers will want to be able to enjoy the inviting smell of lavender at home or at work.
We recommend you to go to a lavender field. Take your camera with you. Press the button as often as you need and save even the funny photos, the photos that open the door to funny moments. When you see them again later, they will be oases of happiness.
From the bouquet taken home, you can create a DIY memory to keep. You can write a note that you put in a glass bowl with some lavender flowers. Every time you look at it, you will remember the secret message you wrote to yourself.
We recommend the various lavender-based products.
By engaging in ecotourism, lavender becomes a valuable resource for the sustainable development of regions and for providing an authentic experience to visitors.