Can an unguided visit be done?

No, visits are always with a guide for Health & Safety, protection of the Cave – and not forgetting the expert explanations !

Hours Prices

How long does a visit last ?

About 1h20.

Is special clothing recommended ?

The temperature in the Cave is constant at about 15C, pleasant but you may need a sweater. The course is over 900 meters and includes some steps. Without being mandatory, we recommend sneakers!

Do you need to book in advance ?

No, prior bookings are only necessary for groups of 20 or more or for our special activities. For these, please use the online form.

Is the Cave adapted for a stroller ?

No, there are stairs. But we have baby carriers available at the reception and a space where strollers can be left for the duration of your visit.

Can I visit when it’s raining heavily ?

Of course! Especially for the shelter during the 1h20 visit. Visits take place even where autumnal floods happen (back-to-front route).

Can I take photos ?

Yes, but flashes must be deactivated. Your guide will let you know about zones where photos may be taken; Night Mode in cellphone settings recommended.

What food facilities are there ?

We have a diner and a bar with seating on the panoramic terrace.

Click here for services

Are there things to do around the Cave ?

We are fortunate to be at the heart of the majestic Grand Site de France des Gorges de l’Hérault / St-Guilhem-le-Désert … an unforgettable day is assured !

Click here for the website of Grand Site de France

Can I bring my dog ?

Yes, dogs are allowed, but they must be kept on a leash in the Cave.

In accordance with the governmental directories, the Clamouse Cave will remain closed until further notice.
We thank you for your understanding


Une expérience en famille

Afin de continuer à vous faire rêver, la Grotte de Clamouse a mis en place un questionnaire qui vous donne accès à des activités à partager en famille pendant cette période de confinement.

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La Grotte de Clamouse est fermée