The New Lascaux 4

Lascaux 4, is poised to become the leading tourist attraction and cultural tool associated with Lascaux’s world-famous painted and engraved cave art

Gouffre de Proumeyssac

The caves of Proumeyssac are mainly one huge cavern and inside are some incredible collections of stalactites and stalagmites. From the ceiling hang four huge stalactite formations.

La Roque St Christophe

These natural cavities were occupied by man in prehistoric times. Later on they were altered and became a fortress and a city in the Middle Ages

Prehistoric Cave Paintings at Lascaux

Lascaux is the setting of a complex of caves in southwestern France famous for its cave paintings. The original caves are located near the village of Montignac, in the Dordogne département

La Roque Gageac

It is believed that the site of La Roque Gageac has been inhabited since Prehistoric times

Chateau de Commarque

The Beune Valley has been occupied for a very long time. Around Commarque, prehistoric man has left numerous traces of his passage.

Beynac and the Chateau of Beynac

Beynac, linked firmly to its past, as to the rock on which it is built, is a magnificent village which has managed to retain all of its medieval charm


Castelnaud, or rather, Castelnau, meaning the “new castle” was founded in the 12th century

Forte de Reignac

Forte de Reignac is a stone’s throw from the Vezere, across from a ford, prehistoric men settled here more than 20.000 years ago

Laugerie Basse

Laugerie Basse’s Prehistory dates back 15,000 years, but its History dates back only 130 years, precisely 1863, when Edouard Lartet, an eminent paleontologist, arrived in Les Eyzies