Grotte du Mas d'Azil


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Grotte du Mas d'Azil

The Grotte du Mas d'Azil is a significant prehistoric site, renowned globally for its importance during the Magdalenian and Azilian periods. The cave boasts impressive illumination that showcases its natural beauty, and with the help of virtual techniques, visitors can explore the inaccessible decorated galleries. The tour also includes an educational experience that covers the geological formation of the cave, the lives of prehistoric humans, the work of the first diggers, the challenging construction of the road, and many other exciting surprises.

Do & See

Young, family-friendly, and with lots of cultural activities, Toulouse never gets boring. As France's fourth largest city, there is no shortage of things to see and do, and taking a leisurely stroll along the Garonne and Canal du Midi is an excellent way to spend the day. Boasting a rich history spanning over 2,000 years, Toulouse is a haven for architecture and museum enthusiasts. However, for the more adventurous traveller, there are also plenty of options. Rent a bike and embark on the scenic 40km journey from Toulouse to Port Lauragais on the south bank or venture out of the city to explore one of the region's stunning parks.