An underground adventure awaits at a listed prehistoric site. Under the earth… springs life!

Roughly 350,000 years ago, primitive man appeared in this cave. Then came ancient rhinos and elephants. For 300,000 years, our ancestors met face to face with some fearsome cave dwellers: bears and lions. The network, laid out with 1,000 metres of paths through the prehistoric grotto and underground river, contains one of Europe's largest deposits of cave bear traces. Prehistoric caverns, an underground river, an archaeological museum and even an on-site swimming pool… all the conditions needed to spend a pleasant day at the Azé Grottoes.





Site des Grottes d'Azé


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