The caves of Villecroze

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The caves of Villecroze

Located in the town of Villecroze, in the rocky ridge that limits the village to the north, in a 2.5 hectare park, the troglodyte caves of Villecroze, which are spread over 5 levels, with its mullioned windows, loopholes, stalactites which gradually turned into columns, … have been occupied since prehistoric times and have successively belonged to the Benedictine monks, to the local lord who fortified them and have been communal property since 1633. 

Practical information: 

  • Site inaccessible to children under 6 years old 
  • Access is difficult or even impossible for people with reduced mobility 
  • Closed shoes essential 
  • Animals are not allowed 
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult 
  • The caves can be visited under your entire responsibility 

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