The Grand Roc Cave
Discovered by Jean Maury on April the 29th 1924, the Grand Roc Cave was first opened to the public in 1927. The cave entrance is halfway up an impressive cliff face which dominates the Vézère valley at Les Eyzies.Read more
Delve into the heart of the cave! Discover the secrets of an underground world: stalactites, stalagmites, hanging forms, calcite flows ... Lose yourself in this subterranean wonderland!Read more
Come and discover this amazing mineral “jeweller’s shop” - the only geological cave of the Dordogne to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is one of the great unmissable sites in the Périgord!Read more
You will enter a veritable mineral “forest” composed of an incredible variety and density of crystal structures such as are rarely found in other caves.
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There is something magical about this place: the cliffs, the earth and the forest dominate us in all their splendour. However, man has left his mark here too. We can imagine legendary cities sculpted in the rock… Our journey concludes in the cave’s warren, a labyrinthine forest of rocks decorated with unimaginable crystal concretions… This journey will definitely leave its mark on you.
I visited the Grand Roc Cave with two children aged 6 and 7. We all loved the intimate feel of this small cave with its rock formations. It feels quite different to most other caves and chasms of this type, which are mostly vast and imposing. Here, it was the thousands of tiny, curious formations which captured our imaginations. The guide told us about their history and explained the secrets of their formation – absolutely fascinating !
Grand Roc Cave
It’s great fun explaining to children that the drops of water falling on their head do not come from icicles, but of stalactites made of calcite…
Very interesting, informative, exciting. Many thanks to our guide, who does his job perfectly ... a person who lives by his work and conveys the atmosphere to all visitors ... Many thanks ...
You penetrate the very heart of the cliff to find eccentric rock formations, a magical place.The guide was both nice and interesting!A natural masterpiece not to be missed!
What a lovely visit! My three children and I were totally captivated by this unusual place and by the explanations given by a guide who was warm, funny and very professional! We have great memories of the day!