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Thursday, April 1, 2010

LavenDar Florets

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Lavender Fields

Four lavender fields surround the Hacienda las Barrancas. 4,500 French and English varieties are in full, fragrant bloom.
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Horse Wrangler

Juan Ernesto of Hacienda las Barrancas is the resident horse wrangler. His expert knowledge of local trails for horseback riding and hiking is unsurpassed. A native Pocenos.
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Santa Brigida Mines is the birthplace of Mineral de Pozos. Tours are available through LavenDar Farms of Pozos. These three smokestacks or hornos are visable from Hacienda las Barrancas.
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Santiago de Las Barrancas

Santiago de Las Barrancas is native to LavenDar Farms of Pozos. Born in September 2009 to Lola in the fields, he has become a family pet.
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Havest Days are Here

LavenDar Farms of Pozos are now open for private tours.
A 45 minute drive to the country will open your senses
to the world of lavender and its natural beauty and fragrance.

From San Miguel de Allende follow signs to the Salida de
Queretaro and head toward Dr. Mora and Los Rodriguez.
At Hwy 57 bear to the left going over Hwy 57 to Dr. Mora.

Stay on this road watching for signs for Mineral de Pozos, turn
left, pass through Pozos, continue one mile to Hacienda
Las Barrancas on your left. Enter through the stone arch and
begin your journey of the senses.

Call us for an appointment at 415 103-3066 or email Overnight rentals are
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Las Barrancas Stables

Situated on 60 acres of prime grazing and agricultural land, Hacienda Las Barrancas
is located one mile north of the former mining town turned artists colony Mineral de Pozos.

24-hour security is provided by the on-site velador and his family.