At the eastern end of the Mont Ventoux massif, drowsily charming Sault has incredible summertime vistas over lavender fields. Visit André Boyer for honey-and-almond nougat, family-made since 1887. Sault’s tourist office, a good resource for Mont Ventoux and Gorges de la Nesque, has lists of artisanal lavender producers such as Les Lavandes Champelle, a roadside farmstand northwest of town whose products include a great gift for cooks: herbes de Provence–infused fleur de sel (gourmet salt).
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