Aven Armand, Meyrueis
Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
Aven Armand is a scenic limestone cave in the Cévennes National Park. You can explore its stalactites, stalagmites, and unusual rock formations. Discovered in 1897 and open to the public since 1927, it is one of the most visited places in the area. See Aven Armand and all Meyrueis has to offer by arranging your trip with our Meyrueis family vacation planner.
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Pendant une durée d'une heure, nous sommes descendus dans cette grotte pour en prendre plein les yeux. Nous avons tous été ébahis devant ce fabuleux spectacle qui s'offrait à nous. Le jeu de lumières ... read more »For a period of one hour, we went down in this cave to take full eyes. We were all amazed at this fabulous show which presented itself to us. The play of light on this forest of stalagmites is magical. Provide a little vest because the temperature is 12 degrees year-round. For people who have difficulty walking refrain because there are a lot of steps to go down then back up at the end of visit. However it is quite feasible with children.show original
Il faut payer son tiquet, et attendre le guide. Ce dernier accueille les clients, les dirige vers le funiculaire , et là quelques minutes de descente. Un petit film en guise d'introduction, et vous vo... read more »To pay his ticket, and wait for the guide. He greets customers, directs them to the funicular, and there a few minutes of descent. A short film by way of introduction, and you are in the cave. The place is very beautiful, but attention to markets, in fact, it is ' has dozens of markets down, and reassemble!show original
On en prend plein les yeux! Très beaux jeux de lumières, ça enlève peut être le naturel mais je trouve le rendu époustouflant. Descente en funiculaire, le guide très sympa. J'y ai été avec mes enfants... read more »You take full eyes! Very nice lights games, it takes may be natural, but I find the amazing report. Funicular downhill, the very nice guide. I've been with my 5 and 10 year old, they enjoyed it too, it's quite fun with some video footage.show original
Lyly ValleyVisited in August 2001 with Marvejols and Sainte-Enimie, it was wonderful...show original
Loïc PerninBeautiful, grandiose. The forest of stalagmites is sublime. Unlike another opinion, I find the play of lights very beautiful, even if it takes a little bit of natural I recognize.show original
Toni MarinVisit essential, your large room leaves you breathless. An of the caves more beautiful that I have visited.show original
Hervé SthioulA place of exceptional beauty! Unfortunately, colored artificial lights can spoil the site. Why not enlighten with a white light that would bring out the natural colors. For a short time, the guide gave me this neutral light I was expecting and I could see that the concretions are far from dull with red-orange and yellowish tones that contrast with the white dominance. I am sure that elsewhere there are others, but I did not have the leisure to seeing them. During the visit, I therefore felt a huge sense of frustration and that is why I put a mediocre note for a yet fabulous site.show original
Hagen SchönherrJust plain impressive. Must see!show original
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