This cave was explored in 1897 by a locksmith, Louis Armand. It was open to the public in 1927.
It gathers 400 stalagmites which is the largest in the world (they say).
The size of the cave is sufficient to shelter Notre Dame de Paris.
To see more : look at the travelogue.
Fondest memory: It can be visited from End of March to early November. In Summer there is a long line of visitors.
Ticket : 7.30 euros (or 10 euros if you want to see also Montpellier le Vieux).
Millau is a small city to the foot of the causse of the Larzac.
Close to the old bridge you can see this curious construction over to the of the river.
Fondest memory: Millau became famous thanks to Jose Bove, the peasant union militant, who lives close to there, and that had participated to the destruction of the restaurant Mac-Donald of this city.
A beautiful road, with two lanes (one by direction), follows the River Tarn which stays in its Canyon.
Sometime, the road crosses the rock.
See more on the Gorges du tarn on the Travelogue.