Grotte des Demoiselles
Grotte des Demoiselles, 34190 Saint-Bauzille-de-Putois, France
About Grotte des Demoiselles
These limestone caves are host to a wide variety of unique mineral formations and a perfect year-round place for all ages to visit. At various times in history, the cave has also served as a hiding place and refuge. At the time, visiting the cave was quite perilous, but in 1931 a funicular, concrete stairs and walkways with sturdy railings and extensive electric lighting were installed to make it accessible to the general public.
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