Troglodyte Caves of Cotignac
Just above the town of Cotignac are the troglodyte grottos, caves carved into the massive rock ridge that surrounds the town. The grottos have played an interesting role in the town's history, providing defense and storage in times of invasion, for instance. The caves are open to the public. It's not a terribly exerting climb, mostly stone stairs, but do wear shoes suitable for light trekking. Really interesting!
By Amy Gulick
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