Lavandaña is a lavender farm that aims to stand out within the rural world.
Above all, at Lavandaña, we strive to make it known that we are genuinely committed to preserving the land and the environment. All the steps in the extraction of our precious lavender oil are based on traditional methods and incorporate the new technological advances that the modern world has brought to us.
“At Lavandaña we take care of each element used to create our products such as fabrics, packaging, and ornamental motifs”
Visit a lavender farm in Huete
Our first stop is our cave house, built in the XII century, and excavated in the very hill where the castle of Huete is located.
Here you can watch a short film outlining our work in the field and we will teach you all about the benefits and properties of lavender. That’s not all! We won’t let you go without making you try our delicious lavender liqueurs.
Soon after we will head out to our lavender fields where you can enjoy the marvelous landscape and take as many pictures as you like. An experience that you will not forget!
“We love to open our doors and organize memorable guided tours.”
Natural lavender products from Lavandaña
Our natural products are handmade
At Lavandaña we take care of each element used to create our products such as fabrics, packaging, and ornamental motifs. Each one carefully selected to make the consumer experience unique. As a result, we are able to deliver original, innovative, and unique lavender products.
Beautiful off-the-beaten-track places in Castilla La Mancha
Located in the municipality of Cuenca en la region of Castilla La Mancha, Huete flaunts one of the most relevant monumental compounds of the province.
On the hill that dominates the town lays Castillo de Luna (the Castle of the Moon), a fortress of Islamic origin that was built on Celtiberian and Roman settlements. Today, only a stretch of the wall and one of the defense towers remain.
Walking through its narrow streets, you’ll come across important examples of religious architecture that embellish Heute. In Huete you’ll also find important museums, noble houses and old fortifications. The Monastery of Santa Maria de la Merced (founded in the 13th century and declared a Site of Cultural Interest in 1992) stands out from this historical set. .
“On the hill that dominates the town lays Castillo de Luna (the Castle of the Moon), a fortress of Islamic origin that was built on Celtiberian and Roman settlements.”
Please contact Lavandaña if you’d like to visit the farm or ask any questions about the products. The form below is available to contact them directly.
Our address and location in Huete
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