A Postcard from Sault

Wish you were here!

This is lavender country. 🙂 We visited Sault on a Wednesday morning when the open-air farmer’s market was in full swing. The streets were alive with activity and to our delight it felt like we’d left the tourists behind (maybe it was just the season?). Locals were buying groceries and we jumped right in… olives, freshly baked bread, luscious local goat cheese garnished with dried lavender, apricots, tomatoes. Then to a fabulously eccentric butcher-shop for dried sausages. Yes, we had a really wonderful picnic!

France du Sud 2011 266We’ll definitely bring our guests here! First we’ll take them to a lavender farm, then we’ll do the market with them and recreate the first unbelievably delicious picnic we had here when visiting friends five years ago!

Our Live-Like-a-Local Provence itinerary is really coming together.

-Lisa (Sojourner Tours owner)

Lisa 2016 Ménerbes
Lisa Gustavson, Sojourner Tours Owner


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