Rendez-vous at the cave of Pair-non-Pair
Some of the most ancient examples of prehistoric art
Discovered in 1881, the cave of Pair-non-Pair in Aquitaine contains engravings (featuring horses, ibexes, cervidae, mammoths) which rank among the most ancient examples of art made by prehistoric man (between 33 000 and 26 000 years old).
Prehistoric objects and artefacts discovered at the Pair-non-Pair Caves are on display in a special museum section.
- Guided tour: French, English, Spanish
- Maximum group size without splitting up: Access limited to 18 persons per group for conservation reasons.
- Museum Permanent Exhibition
- Near the main road between Poitiers and Bordeaux, 32 km north of Bordeaux
- From Bordeaux, Toulouse or Poitiers: A10, exit St-André-de-Cubzac, then D669 direction Bourg
Grotte de Pair-non-Pair
Reservation (required for conservation reasons)
Tel.: +33 (0)5 57 68 33 40