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1. Is there a charge to see the lavender field?

Our self-guided tours are a great way to explore the farm, discovering our lavender production, attending various events, exploring the bees world, meeting tourists while eating and drinking in the delightful floral fragrance of our two lavender varieties. Have fun with the countless photo opportunities at different times (and llights) of the day

2024 Admission Prices

end of June - end of July

€12     Adult

€6  Child 6 -15yrs

Free Entrance for Child under 6yrs

2. Do I have to book tickets?


Just field-experience:

Pre-bookings are required because we do not live on the lavender field; buying the tickets in advance will allow us to meet you there on time, opening the gates and welcoming you in our Magic World of LyLa-Lab.

Group Bookings

Group booking are only required for tour operators, School groups and large group bookings. Please click here for more info and bookings;

Photo Shoot Bookings

Please contact us here for all commercial, wedding, professional photo & film shoots. (Camera operator not provided by Layla-Lab)

3. When is the best time of year to visit?

The lavender bloom begins in the early summer, specifically the last 10 days of June, and extends through to the end of July. Visiting during this specific month ensures you'll witness the stunning purple rows of our two distinct lavender varieties.

4. Where is the Lavender field located?

Lyla-Lab Lavender Field is located a few kilometers outside the City of Cassino, along the province highway SS630. Driving here will only take 10 minutes starting from the center of Cassino and going to the direction of FORMIA or Gaeta.

Taxi or Bus services are also available in Cassino by the Train Station to bring you over to see us. Co.Tral (the name of the Bus Transport Company) operates a bus from Cassino to San Giorgio a Liri 4 times a day. Tickets cost $1 - $2 and the journey takes 17 minutes.

5. Are Dogs Allowed?

As we are a working farm, only guide dogs and aid dogs are permitted on the farm. This ensures that our resident animals, gardeners, farm workers, and the bees are not disturbed. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Please keep in mind that the farm is all grass, and that though it is mostly flat and accessible, there are some dips in certain areas. in case of rain, come dressed accordingly.