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I've never seen anything quite like these caves - quite stunning! The tour was given in French but the guide then did her best to briefly explain to us in English - enough to understand and she did a great job. I would agree that...More
The grottes and gardens are well worth a visit the tour was informative and the grottes themselves are worth xisiting the food there is reasonably priced and well worth having the quiche was divine they spoke englisg as well as french and other languages would...More
Well it started so well with the enthusiastic tour guide explaining what to expect including the fantastic light and sound show and then we descend the staircase and that's when it fell apart! The tour guide speech was swamped by noisy children-too young to be...More
The formations in this case are superb and superbly presented by the lighting and the gorgeous guide whose English was great. The variety of stalactites is amazing and their delicacy beautiful.
The case also has ancient cave paintings, which are well preserved.
The spaces are...More
The tour we were sent on was over crowded, the guide really new her stuff but the fact we had to wait ages whist each area was explained at least 3 times meant I could not wait to get out of there. Surely smaller groups...More
Visited the caves with a group of mixed ages of children whilst on holiday. Whilst the caves were beautiful and very safe the guide was somewhat rude. She was clearly unimpressed by us bringing young children with us. Which having been to many caves with...More
I wasn't expecting too much and have been to caves in UK, Spain & Majorca before. However the caves at Villars are absolutely awe inspiring. Beautiful formations and informative guide. Lighting not over the top, no coloured lights and interesting but relatively few cave paintings....More
I was hesitant about going into the underground caves because they reception said there were some narrow passages, although did reassure me that it was 'non-slip'.
However, there is nothing to fear, indeed it is non-slip and it is not steep at all. The narrow...More
No it is not suitable for pushchairs in the caves but the garden and shop and cafe are suitable for pushchairs. Inside the caves, the paths are quite narrow so it would be advisable to carry your child if possible.