Villars Cave

Local nameGrotte préhistorique du Cluzeau
LocationVillars, France

The Villars Cave, in French Grotte de Villars or Grotte du Cluzeau, was occupied during the Lower Magdalenian by Cro-Magnon hunter-gatherers. The cave is part of the French commune of Villars in the northern Dordogne département. Besides its enormous wealth in beautiful stalactites, stalagmites and similar calcite deposits it contains cave paintings and some engravings. The Villars Cave and the Rouffignac Cave are the biggest known cave systems in the Dordogne.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villars_Cave

Official Website http://grotte-villars.com/

Address 189B Le Coteau, 24530, France

Coordinates 45°26'33.223" N 0°47'7.084" E

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