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A prehistoric deposit listed as World Heritage by UNESCO.In a natural environment, you will discover why and how men came there many times since prehistoric times to live at the foot of Laugerie Basse cliffs.
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Route de Perigueux D47 | Après le village des Eyzies sur la route de Périgueux, suivre la rivière la Vézère sur 1,5 KMS, 24620 Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil, France
Situated just outside Les Eyzies (& right next door to Grand Roc) this is a relatively small site. Quite interesting but not quite to the standard of some other sites in the area.
Each visitor is given headphones & a tablet & these give information...More
This is an archeological site that has some interesting history, but honestly isn’t worth the admission. There is some good background information and the lady in the shop was very helpful, but it was probably a 10 minute visit. . We did not go to...More
We paid a supplement for Laugerie when touring Grottes du Gran Roc. It actually proved to be our favorite part of the visit. The signage was excellent and it provided us with a much better understanding of the life of Cro-magnon. The site is stunning....More
Semitour, Responsable relations clients at Abri de Laugerie Basse, responded to this reviewResponded 13 September 2016
This is a double site covering the Grotte du Grand Roc and the prehistoric dwellings of Laugerie-Basse. In the Grotte du Roc there are fascinating examples of stalagtites and stalagmites and some beautiful examples of crystalline formations. The English guide (Elizabeth) gives an excellent description...More
Interesting take on how prehistoric man may have lived. This part of the visit started with an interesting 3D video, explaining in some detail what you were about to see in Laugerie Basse, which certainly helped make it more interesting.
Only worth visiting if you...More
Visited here for a quick lunch whilst waiting for the caves to re open. A wonderful lunch of duck and traditional vegetables and a dessert to die for. ..excellent service and a perfect taste of the region...highly recommended
The landscape of this prehistoric site, and especially the local guide giving all the informations about heating the water, and make the huts warm, also about hunting and la cuisine de la prehistoire, made the visit unforgettable!
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Semitour, Responsable relations clients at Abri de Laugerie Basse, responded to this reviewResponded 15 October 2015