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It is only a visit of 45 minutes. Inside the caves temperature is around 13 degrees. Nive when it is warm outside. We had a tour in French, but got on paper an explanation in our own language.
It was anyway nice to visit, but...More
Located in the Vacluse, Provence, this cave was created during 60million years of crystallization. There are stalactites, stalagmites, rimstone dams, cave pearls, cones of rocks and other geological formations. The cave is about 690ft long, with some stalactites up to 6ft high.
This was the ideal thing to do on a rainy, spring day. The guide was really passionate and knowledgeable about his subject and the kids (8 and 9 yo) weren’t at all bored during the 50 minute tour. The formations were beautiful and the information...More
Caves I've been to before are often either one large cavern, or there are too many people. The Caves at Thauzon are none of these.
We joined a group of about 12 in total for a 45 minute tour. Entry is only with a guided...More
A very well equipped cave, accesible for all people. The cave itself includes a nice collections formations. It's also nice to see the love of the guide for the cave.
Thank you for the informative visit.
On a hot day a visit to these caves was a charming diversion. Quiet reception area that doubles as a cafe area while you wait for your tour, which is about 45 minutes long and our guide spoke really good English. Interesting geology, fairly unique...More
The tour in the Grottes takes approximately 40 minutes. For us the guide made all the difference. The visit does not require any special moves (no crawling in narrow spaces or walking through water etc.). It is a very accessible tour, suitable for young children....More