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Hotel close to the caves of the Dordogne

Let's head for the caves of the Dordogne!

The Dordogne is peppered with prehistoric caves which were discovered towards the end of the 19th century and attract up to a million visitors per year today. The most famous of these include the Lascaux cave, the Proumeyssac cave, which boasts the largest cavern in the Périgord, the Villars cave with its giant stalagmites and the caves at Maxange with their unique wealth of rare concretions. The 4-star hotel Les Glycines in Les Eyzies is the ideal starting point for discovering these vestiges of the past with their unique architecture.

Accommodation close to the caves of the Dordogne

The hotel Les Glycines in the Dordogne already existed when the first caves of the Dordogne were discovered; the prehistorians that came to study the region's prehistoric sites stayed here. Choose to stay in this elegant building and you will be able to enjoy all the comfort and the quiet of a 4-star hotel in the charming village of Les Eyzies. Enjoy the large swimming pool in the shade of the palm trees before discovering the tastes of the Périgord in the friendly atmosphere of the bistro or in the gourmet restaurant "Le 1862," which offers a stunning view over the hotel's lush gardens. Chef Eric Jung particularly appreciates cooking with truffles and subtly combines these with other regional products.

A hotel for discovering the caves of the Dordogne

The valley of the Vézère is home to 15 sites and caves included in the UNESCO World Heritage list, 9 of which are in the Dordogne, making it the ideal holiday destination for retracing the origins of the "science of prehistory". The Hotel Les Glycines in Les Eyzies is close to the caves of the Dordogne, as well as the Pôle International de la Préhistoire (International Prehistory Centre) and the Musée National de Préhistoire (National Museum of Prehistory). Here you will find out all there is to know about the painted caves and the prehistoric and troglodytic sites. There are plenty of activities to keep you busy on your holiday in the Dordogne, including a canoe trip down Vézère, horseriding, hiking and visits to châteaux that date back to various periods in history.
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