Welcome to the caves of the Roc de Cazelle
Come discover in this striking prehistoric park, the reenactments of the life of our distant ancestors and this in the very places where they lived: The caves of the rock of Cazelle.
You will follow the steep cliffs of Cazelle, completely excavated by caves, refuges, underground and habitats in which countless tools and weapons carved by prehistoric men have been collected.
With more than 100 characters and animals perfectly reconstituted, including mammoths and woolly rhinoceroses in real size, you will witness many scenes restoring the life of our ancestors, plunging you chronologically from the Prehistory in the Middle Ages where the site was dug and built into a real fortress.
You will also discover the monolithic house of the last inhabitants of Cazelle, entirely carved in the rock and still occupied in the years 1960. The traditional habitat has been restored, faithful to the habits and local history périgourdine.
During the summer, you will be able to participate in educational workshops at no extra cost: propeller shooting, wall painting, flint size and lighting of fires framed by passionate animators.
Adult rate: 8.00 euros-Child rate (5 to 13 years): 4.50 euros-student fee: 7.00 euros-Group rate adult: 6.40 euros-child group rate: 3.00 euros-student group fee: 5.50 euros
Dates and Times
Open every day, all year round.
Holidays from February, March and October to mid-November: 10h – 18h
April – May – June – September: 10am – 7pm
July – August: 10am – 8pm
From mid-November to February holidays: 11am – 5pm
Christmas holidays: 10am – 5pm