After visiting the cave paintings nearby we were interested in seeing the pre-historic sculptures carved in the rock. The carvings were truly wonderful but the staff at this site are definitely and almost militantly geared to serving only French speaking tourists. Our groups was composed of over 75% English speaking people and although the local French civil servant tour guide was capable of speaking very good English (as we found out after having the temerity to speak to each other in English about some of the carvings after politely listening to her go on and on for 40 minutes without offering a single word in explanation in English). It is a bit of drive to this site and there are no English tours. I would recommend checking out the pictures of the site on the internet and save yourself the time, expense, and frustration of visiting this potentially fantastic site.
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