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Troglodytic villages around Les Eyzies

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We have a week based at Borrèze. The list of things to do is getting longer and difficult decisions need to be made what to include and what to leave out...

There seem to be three Troglodytic sites to choose. I discounted Le Conqui as we are not interested in the Dinosaur Park or the tree top adventure courses.

This leaves La Roque St-Christophe or La Madeleine.

Which is the better to visit and will give us the better understanding of life in a troglodyte village?

We are also considering a visit to Chateau de Commarque. There is a mention of troglodytic buildings there but it isn't clear from the information just how extensive they are and how much you see. Can anyone offer any information?

Many thanks

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