We are taking an annual break to allow our natural building to recover. This allows us to prepare new activities where the human being is at the centre of nature in a real universe.
We remain available to welcome groups of 10 people or more.
Our company space remains open to allow your teams to reconnect with nature.
Prepare your visit
The Clamouse cave is open all year, 7 days a week. All visits are guided tours and last about 1h20 over a course of 900 meters. The guided tour is given in French. We have audioguides in the following languages: English, German, Spanish, Dutch, Russian, Mandarin and Italian. The temperature of the Cave is 15C. The whole course is secure and has handrails, railings and stairs. Strollers are not accepted in the cave, but we do provide free, ventral or back baby carriers. Dogs on a leash are allowed.FAQ
The new feature of 2018, an introductory ultra HD film in an immersive room, which will let you dive into the heart of the clamouse cave and it’s history, before starting the guided tour. Viewing time 8 min
Cave animal species
Discover 3 cave salamanders specimen, which come from Experimental Ecology Station of CNRS at Moulis (Ariège). And an Astyanax fasciatus mexicanus aquarium, a cavernicolous fish.
Thanks to our guides discover or rediscover the treasures of the subterranean world and which makes Clamouse a unique cave : basalt columns, speleothems, draperies, aragonites and eccentrics…
A sound and light performance of “Magnificat, poem of the Clamouse", specially composed for the Clamouse Cave by Christophe Guyard (for the vocal ensemble A Sei Voci), which will let you experience a fairylike moment.