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Villecroze's troglodytic vestige is cozily settled in the heart of a sunny cliff made of tuff. Occupied since prehistory, it successively belonged to Benedictines monks, to the local Lord (who fortified it) and eventually to the Municipality. You...more
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Boulevard Charles Bernard, 83690 Villecroze, France
The onetime inhabited caves at Villecroze are well worth a visit. Delightful vast waterfall feeding a stream that runs through the gardens, its well worth a visit. The caves aren't really suited to the disabled or very small children, but the gardens with many benches...More
Encouraged by excellent reviews, we came to visit. Outside it is beautiful: the gardens are pretty, there is a spectacular waterfall and the external appearance of staircases, openings and windows fashioned into the hillside is very impressive. Although the modern house atop it all is...More
We visited the caves almost as soon as we arrived in Villecroze and were definitely not disappointed! When you enter the park there is loads to see and a playground for children. After exploring the gardens we went up to the caves (quite a few...More
The grottes just outside Villecroze are amazing. They are caves in the mountain side in 5 stores, and to walk up along the side of the mountain is interesting and fun.
Further there is a fine park in front. Even a small playground for children...More
Les Grottes in Villecroze was quite a unique little trip with our 6 year old girls.
With is winding path up, narrow caves and intriguing history it it well worth a visit. Children are free and adults pay a suggested gratuity of 4€.
The Villecroze caves are split over 5 levels and about 6 different cave rooms to view. A great place to take the kids as the caves are situated within a park which also has a waterfall, beautiful gardens and a children's play are.
Well worth the visit. Need to wear sensible footware. Some steep steps.
Free car park close by. Being the summer waterfall did lack flow. A walk round old village narrow slope streets also worth while. Picturesque.
We took our four children under 8 here. It cost 8 euros for a tour in mid August.
The place, outside was amazing and very beautiful. The inside was lovely and well left alone to history.
The only down side is that my tour guide...More
So beautiful. Part untouched nature part well kept flower garden. Go on an adventure into the old christian grottos and imagine how they lived here when in hiding.
Really cheap. Afterwards take a while to sit under the big three in the garden and enjoy...More