Feature Video: The Avid Cruiser Takes On Cotignac & Cave-Dwellers In The South Of France

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Home to vineyards and ancient cave-dwellers, Cotignac.

When I first heard that we were visiting Cotignac and its famous caves, I had no idea of what to expect. Troglodytes? What the heck?

Our guides took us to visit the place where prehistoric cave-dwellers once lived. Getting up to the caves was quite an adventure. We were literally scaling the face of a dried up waterfall. I didn’t count the number of steps we climbed but we were certainly gaining elevation.

If you want to do a unique tour when you’re in the south of France, this is it. It’s not often you get to ascend a dried-up waterfall where prehistoric people lived, all within a few steps from pretty little village of Cotignac.

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Exploring cave dwellings in Cotignac.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mary-Goudie/720326656 Mary Goudie

    Have you re-posted it yet Ralph?

  • theavidcruiser

    Hi Rui! We posted that story by mistake. It needed editing and will post in a couple of weeks.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mary-Goudie/720326656 Mary Goudie

    Ralph, please tell me the URL of the Egypt cruise review you did a while ago. I missed it and I wanted to see those pictures from Luxor and all those beautiful places again! Thanks Happy Chinese Year of the Serpent! PS: I am Rui, but Facebook calls me Mary, LOL