Location : In town
Province : Black Périgord
A little small, but quite interesting. The guide was good fun. French wax his native language but his English was still good and he told some good jokes. The caves are smaller than we expected.
An utterly fascinating and truly privileged insight into what has been formed by something that we take for granted - water! Exceptionally knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide (who's English was extremely good) followed by a most interesting view of what the area used look like! Very good restaurant, serving good food and wine all reasonably priced!
Really worth seeing and visiting with a very nice guide Elizabeth who speaks English and French and makes a joke from time to time
We were greeted at the ticket office by a lovely gentlemen who said we might get an English tour if we were lucky. We were fortunate enough to be with 2 other English speaking couples on the visit...Read the full review
While we primarily went to caves to see the prehistoric art, my husband wanted to see a cave with geologic formations. We were able to walk from our hotel in Les Eyzies and found this to be a very...Read the full review
We visited as an extended family aged 9-63, this cave located in the troglodyte area is beautiful. Many different stalagmite and stalactites and column formations. This is a walk through guided tour...Read the full review