Caves of Blanot
Authentic and mysterious cave descending 80m underground alternating grandiose rooms, narrow galleries and concretions of all kinds.
In the heart of the Monts du Mâconnais, at the foot of Mont Saint-Romain, lies the jewel of the Cluny region: the Caves of Blanot.
The main cave, the Cailleverdière abyss-cave, so named because of the vegetation surrounding the karst where it was formed, was discovered in 1700 and explored a few decades later by Doctor Dumolin, a pioneer in speleology.
Since then, it has never ceased to amaze its visitors!
The visit to the cave abyss will take you deep into the earth at a depth of more than 80m, in the heart of a vast network of galleries interspersed with rooms, each more curious and impressive than the next.
A loop of about an hour with a passionate guide who will tell you the history of this chasm and the fauna that inhabits it.
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