ou have definitely seen the stunning photos of purple lavender fields stretching with their magnificent images on Instagram. If you don't read the picture below, you might think that these images belong to the Provence town of France, famous for its lavender fields. in Turkey, Yeşilova Burdur and Isparta Kuyucak creek Akçaköy Lavender lavender fields, has been one of the favorite targets of self-shooting enthusiasts in recent years.
If you are interested in beautiful landscapes and supporting local communities, read on for our tips on how to make the most of your lavender field trip and avoid crowds
Rose and rose water production is common historically in Burdur and Isparta and its surroundings. So when did the lavender fields appear? Lavender production started when a rose trader planted the plant he brought from there for the first time in Kuyucak in 1975 after a trip to Provence. Later, around 30 families started planting lavender next to rose gardens. However, lavender gained a commercial character after 1990. The reason for this is also obvious; After a humble beginning with only a few lavender planting, a lot of patience and determination were required for Kuyucak village to have a huge lavender field of fully developed plants. As a perennial herb, lavender takes about three years to fully develop and yield a bountiful harvest. The size of the lavender fields near Kuyucak has reached 1000 hectares today. Turkey's largest lavender fields of lavender creek Yeşilova is located in Akçaköy, lavender and many of Turkey's total production is covered here. As a result, from the end of June to the end of August, the hills and valleys of Kuyucak are covered with a lavender-scented purple sea. But this stunning natural beauty isn't the only reason to visit the lavender fields.
Domestic and Foreign ecotourists appreciate the beauty of the Lavender Fields near Burdur and Isparta and experience these beautiful moments every year during the lavender harvest season.
Magnificent Landscapes, Eco Tourism and Local Production:
The lavender fields near Burdur and Isparta create an extremely striking natural environment. Between the Lake Burdur underneath and the Taurus Mountains in the background, these beautiful purple valleys offer a feast for both the eyes and the other senses. Lavender is said to contain soothing ingredients and this is known as one of its major benefits. When you visit the lavender fields in Turkey, you feel that you begin to loosen from stroke than cars. When you step outside, the scent captivates you. The larger the field, the more intense the lavender scent will be.
You may want to buy some local produce to maintain the lavender pleasure in your home. Smells are said to evoke memories; The scent of lavender can also take you back to the past. Some of the benefits of lavender:
It relaxes your aching muscles
Allows you to sleep comfortably
Relieves tension headaches
Relieves itching and swelling caused by insect / fly bites
Heals mild burns
Tefenni Villas hotel will offer the best accommodation for you and your family for your Lavender trips, with its rooms in a modern designed villa concept, its lush garden and its understanding of eco tourism. There are mini poultry in the hotel, it also accepts pets and it will offer you a very different experience with the Agricultural equipment and tractor museum.