Troglodytes & Sarcophages, Doue-la-Fontaine
(4.4/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
Troglodytes & Sarcophages is located in Doue-la-Fontaine. Plan your visit to Troglodytes & Sarcophages and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Doue-la-Fontaine travel itinerary planner.
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Reviews
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  • We visited the site during the Thanksgiving holiday. It's a tour with a guide very nice and passionate about, a nice site with interesting stories. However, I found the rate high for a rather short visit (5 euros almost for 30 minutes), that leaves hungry.
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  • Don't miss although difficult to find! especially due to lack of traffic especially a holiday. First guide: perfect. The site is surprising, rich teaching and perfect during heat wave!
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  • It was interesting, but I think that this activity is to make school outing. Family, it lacks a little punch but it st a site interesting to see.
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  • Scenic tour that takes you through a small maze of galleries. The visit may be free, but the guide is absolutely to follow. He will tell you that there are 10 million years, the sea was present in these places, she retired, the shells, the sarcophagi, you will know everything! allow 1 hour of visit for €4.90
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  • Very interesting site, the guide has a passion and it shows. The explanations clear and rewarding. We will easily back in the history of the cave and its different eras.
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  • Interesting tour. With a friendly guide
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  • A visit to enrich his general culture but it is not
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  • Curious and unusual, to visit site
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