The caves here are impressive, and they go on forever. The underground boat and train add to the experience. The guide was very personable, but the tour wasn't especially enlightening.
Before you reach the caves you should expect the customary appalling French toilets and to queue two or three times for no good reason: the process isn't exactly Disney.
After the tour you'll find a gift shop in a beautiful glasshouse.
Unfortunately, the only food they serve is revolting microwaved rubber. France's tourist attractions seem determined to destroy any remaining reputation for culinary excellence: you never find food this bad in Britain now unless you go looking for it.
Blessed with amazing natural resources this should be more than it is. Still worth a visit, but for goodness sake come either side of lunchtime or bring a picnic.
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