Grotte de Labeil

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Location: Larzac. Between Montpellier, Béziers and Millau. A75, exit 49 Le Caylar.
(43°48'0.90"N, 3°16'13.19"E)
Open: MAR to JUN Mon-Sat 11, 14, 15, 16, Sun, Hol 11, 14, 15, 16, 17.
JUL to AUG daily 10-19, last tour 18.
SEP to OCT Mon-Sat 11, 14, 15, 16, Sun, Hol 11, 14, 15, 16, 17.
Fee: Adults EUR 8.20, Children (5-12) EUR 4.60, Students EUR 7.20.
Groups (10+): Adults EUR 6.80, Children (5-12) EUR 3.40.
Groups (20+): Adults EUR 6.40.
Groups (50+): Adults EUR 5.80.
Groups (100+): Adults EUR 5.50.
Le safari familial: Adults EUR 14.40, Children (5-12) EUR 9.80.
Classification: SpeleologyKarst cave SpeleologyRiver cave
Light: LightIncandescent Electric Light System
Dimension: A=700 m asl.,
Guided tours: D=45 min.
Le safari familial: D=105 min.
Address: Grotte de Labeil, Route de Lauroux St Félix de l'Héras. Tel: +33-467964947, Fax: +33-467964947, E-mail: contact.
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The entrance of la Grotte de Labeil was once used to make Rocheford cheese. A part of the cave is used by a nearby winery, terrasses du Larzac, to produce a cuvée spéciale.

The cave has a cave river, which leaves the caves entrance, also called source du Causse (spring of the Causse).

Beneath the regular tour, there is a cave trekking tour called safari familial, showing some of the undeveloped parts of the cave. Helmets and lamps are provided, but visitors should wear old clothes and bring spare clothes to change.