The Cave of Lascaux the Sistine Chapel of prehistory

35 km from the campsite, visit LASCAUX IV the replica of the Lascaux cave, one of the most famous prehistoric decorated caves discovered in 1940 in the Vézère Valley.

Nicknamed the Sistine Chapel of prehistory, Lascaux is a Unesco World Heritage site and a must-see when exploring the Dordogne.

The Lascaux cave is one of the most important Palaeolithic painted caves. Today closed to the public to preserve the cave paintings, you will visit Lascaux IV, the facsimile of the Lascaux cave. All the works are reproduced identically.

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