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Favourite Dodogne Caves

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A memorable part of our 2006 visit to the Dordogne was visiting four of the many caves in the area - Font de Gaume, Peche Merle, Lacaux II and La Cave. We will probably revisit at least the first two of these on our upcoming trip this June but are trying to decide which others to explore as well. I've read that many less known caves are just as impressive as the famous ones and would appreciate recommendations.

So far, some that sound appealing are: Gouffre de Proumeyssac, Les Grottes de Maxange, Gouffre de Padirac, Grotte de Villars, Grotte de Cougnac and Grotte de Rouffignac as well as theTroglodyte houses at Belves.

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