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Amazing chambers, biggest caves I have ever seen! Off the beaten path in the hills, Definitely worth the visit.
Only open for a few years, the cave offers spectacular rock formations. Lighting is a bit too colourful, but tolerable. The guide made an effort to translate into English.
The car park has a natural feel to it , then there is a 700m walk through the garrigue to arrive at the entrance. The ticket desk and cafeteria are constructed in wood with a lovely terrace. Nothing prepares you for the immense space under the ground - it is truly breathtaking.…
These caves were discovered in the 1960s, but only opened to the general public 5 years ago. A great deal of work has gone in to displaying the formations to their best, the lights are On a cycle, so you can see the rock naturally and lit up in many colours, which is…
Having visited quite a few caves in France I was interested to see if Salamandre lived up to reviews. We arrived at around 12:30 and were told the next English tour was at 13:30, this suited us and we had lunch and sorbet from the well equipped cafe while waiting till the tour…