This prehistoric cave, listed as a historic monument, will take you through a high, wide gallery of more than 100 metres long edged with marine strata and eccentric stalactites. It ends in a cave that had already been occupied by bears, as the many scratch marks bear witness. Much later prehistoric man left a treasury of Magdalenian art on this very same wall, composed of large engravings representing a bear, reindeer, horses, aurochs, bison, hands and signs of obscure meaning. You will be enchanted by this unspoilt genuinely ancient site.
Opened by the beginning of the holidays of February at the end of the Christmas holidays.
Closed on Mondays of November to inclusive March, except school holidays.
February. – March – Octobere – November – December : 10h à 12h – 14h à 17h
April – May – June – September : 10h à 12h – 14h à 17h30
July – August : 9h30 19h
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