The Village of la Madeleine
The troglodyte village of La Madeleine has been home to man for thousands of years. World-famous for its eponymous Magdalenian prehistoric site (17,000 BC - 12,000 BC), this large natural site is made up of caves that have been developed since the early Middle Ages and were inhabited until the end of the 19th century. Home in turn to noblemen and peasants, this limestone village today bears witness to the ingenuity of the "cliff dwellers", who managed to live in harmony with their environment without ever altering it. Today, the site is brought back to life by the passion of a team of young people, who are keen to showcase the traditional crafts of the Périgord, with workshops for children and festive events such as the traditional Madeleine ball (July/August). New for Summer 2023: Peasant farm, animal tracking, cosmetic care in the medicinal garden and traditional ball!
Average duration of the individual visit: 60 min
Average duration of the group visit: 60 min
Groupe accepté à partir de 20 personnes
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Pets are allowed.