THE SPELEOPARK – M6
The Speleopark on the M6 midday news
LE SPÉLÉOPARK – M6
the Speleopark on the M6 midday news.
THE SPELEOPARK – FRANCE 3
The alternative to traditional guided tours. On 2016 June 18, the Speleopark opened. Accepting bookings !
MAIN TV NEWS – FRANCE 3
A France 3 report in Clamouse on the national days for tourism grottos (an event sponsored by the Maud Fontenoy Foundation and with the participation of passionate and fascinating lecturers).
DISCOVERY OF THE CAVE
The Clamouse Cave was discovered on August 5, 1945 by a team from the Speleo-Club of Montpellier.
Fifty years later, these pioneers (we salute you!) recall the experience in this exceptional video documentary – a genuine gem of our archives!
THE CLAMOUSE SAFARI – M6
Report on the Clamouse safari on the M6 TV news.
INITIATION TO SPELEO – FRANCE 3 RÉGION
France Région reports on initiations into speleo in the Martin network.
50 YEARS OF THE CLAMOUSE
The film “50 years of a shared passion" retraces in HD the half-century adventure of the touristic Clamouse. Relive the journey in 26 minutes!!
THE HÉRAULT OVERFLOWS
The Hérault and the Clamouse overflowing as you have never seen them! Exceptional images by Eric Boyer www.ruffevideo.com
50 YEARS OF PASSION – BIOPIC
1964-2014: the 50th anniversary of touristic Clamouse… the trailer of the biopic “50 years of shared passions” that retraces the half-century adventure of touristic Clamouse
DOUCE FRANCE – ARTE
Featured on Douce(s) France(s), the Arte TV show about France’s regions.
The Languedoc-Roussillon, fantastic images of the Clamouse cave and the Gorges of the Hérault…
SCIENCE IN CLAMOUSE
in Clamouse, science marches on. Featured on the regional TV channel, France 3 Languedoc-Roussillon, in a report about the latest findings, in collaboration with the CNRS and Dominique Genty, research director at the CNRS laboratory for climate and environmental sciences.
C’EST PAS SORCIER (IT’S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE)
The iconic France 3 TV show publishes on Youtube the episode “Grottes, gouffres et abîmes" (Caves, chasms and abysses), broadcast in February 1996 and which largely concerns the Clamouse Cave.
THE NO-ACCESS AREAS
The regional TV channel, France 3 Languedoc-Roussillon, reports on the as yet unorganised, no-access areas of the Clamouse, the site of intense ongoing research for decades.
INSTALLATION OF MONITORING
In line with research on the age of concretions and the protection of the environment, the management of the Clamouse Cave commissioned Dominique Genty, research director at the CNRS laboratory for climate and environmental sciences, to install monitoring equipment in the Clamouse Cave. This work is an initiative voluntary funded by the Clamouse.
THE CLAMOUSE IN THE MOVIES
Featured in a film documentary broadcast in movie theaters in Quebec about the south of France, focused on the scientific aspects of the Clamouse.
VIRTUAL 360° VISIT
A revolution in underground tourism!
The Clamouse creates a resource for a 360° virtual visit: complete the entire Cave route, see into every corner, and zoom in HD at the click of a mouse. At last, the sheer beauty and majesty of the Cave is accessible to those affected by reduced mobility (DVD on sale at the shop).
REPORTAGE – TV SUD
Reportage TV Sud turns its eye to the unorganised, no-access parts of the Clamouse cave in this rare resource with never before seen footage.