The cave in photos

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  • Transparence

    A judicious lighting system installed along the length of the cave enables the visitor to appreciate the transparent...
  • Roof

    The impressive roof is covered with stalactites of various dimensions....
  • Broccoli

    Whilst visiting the cave, you can discover an impressive number of coral bouquets, which strongly resemble broccoli....
  • Discovery Pathway

    Access to the outdoor discovery pathway is free. A 45 minute walk, divided into 14 marked sections presents an ever-...
  • The restaurant

    Welcome to Saint-Cézaire’s Aragonite restaurant and snack bar. Taste our simple yet varied traditional cuisine, disc...
  • Terraced restaurant

    The Saint-Cézaire cave offers you an exceptional setting in which to discover the weathering of time on the limeston...
  • The gift shop

    The cave’s gift shop offers a wide selection of minerals, fossils, provencal pottery as well as beautiful post cards...
  • Aragonite

    Formed by tiny cubic cristals, Aragonite offers a spectacular show to everyone who visits the Saint-Cézaire cave...
  • Four Poster Bed

    Drip by drip, stalactites and stalagmites have formed an impressive concretion giving the appearance a four poster b...
  • White rivulets

    In the absence of iron oxide in the water, the pure calcite leaves a white deposit in the form of rivulets, which ca...
  • Cristals

    Scattered throughout the Saint-Cézaire cave are many colourful and surprisingly shaped cristals, just waiting to be ...
  • Fistulous curtains

    Certain parts of the Saint-Cézaire cave roof are covered by a multitude of thin water filled stalactites, also known...
  • Draperies

    A drapery starts as a single drop of water, which runs along the cave wall, leaving behind a trail of limestone. Ove...
  • Fistulous

    Fragile water-filled stalactites which cover parts of the roof of the Saint-Cézaire cave....
  • Departure gallery

    The first gallery of your visit has been carefully lit in order to better enable the visitor to discover and imagine...
  • The Grand Gallery

    At the heart of the Saint-Cézaire cave, a fabulous show plays out in the Grand Gallery : here, Jules the skeleton ke...
  • Alcove

    The Saint-Cézaire cave houses many splendid underground riches, notably an alcove through which we can see the « Sal...
  • Jules

    In the Grand Gallery stands a 1m50 concretion, which, over time, has taken on a skeleton-like form. Nicknamed Jules,...
  • Macaroni

    These thin, water infiltrated stalactites are often called macaroni....
  • From Gallery to Gallery

    The 40 metre descent begins with some steps which lead to the 1st level....
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