Bordering the Albion plateau, the village stands at an altitude of 1,000 metres and is surrounded by fields of lavender often lined with almond trees and linden.
In Ferrassières, bouquets of lavender are the main trade. Among the many lavender growers, two open their doors to share their know-how :
For the curious or for lovers of the beauties of landscapes in search of silence, the botanic lavender trail offers an opportunity to be in the middle of an authentic nature.
You will here discover strange buildings made of dry stone and standing in the middle of fields; they are the “Bories” or sheep pens, which used to serve as shelters for flocks and shepherds.
And if you follow the route of the Col de l’Homme Mort, stop at the belvedere to contemplate a superb panorama on the radiant Albion plateau, on the emergence of the Gorges de la Nesque and on the north slope of Mont Ventoux.
The Blue lavender feast occurs every 1st Sunday of July and is the earliest festival in Provence to celebrate the emblematic plant.