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Where to stay in lavender country in Provence?

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I will only have a day and a half to visit lavender country and will be driving up from Cassis early on Saturday morning. I would like to find an inexpensive but decent B&B or hotel in a central location to many of the lavender sights. I will have a rental car and will be driving to Marseille airport on Sunday so I don't want to stay too far north. I've tentatively booked a B&B in Gordes about 5 miles from Senaque Abbey. Is there a lot to see from this area or is it better to stay somewhere else to get the most out of my short visit? My main interests are seeing lavender fields, possibly lavender museums, markets, quaint towns, etc.

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