The archaeological site of Les Cars is one of the most remarkable ancient sites in the Limousin. Between moors and forests, on the Plateau de Millevaches, granite blocks whisper to us a history that is almost 2000 years old. It takes us on the trail of the Gallo-Romans who came to settle in the lands of Haute-Corrèze in the 2nd century A.D. Here the plan of a villa with water running through it can be seen, and there large mausoleums emerge from the chaos... Your imagination runs wild, and your archaeologist's soul awakens. To guide you through this journey back in time, mediators are present on site all summer, not far from a small sunny terrace.
This site was rediscovered by Marius Vazeilles in the early 20th century. The archaeological pieces of the site can be discovered at the Musée d'Archéologie et du Patrimoine Marius Vazeilles in Meymac.
Free access all year round.
From 1 July to 31 August: Reception, mediation and terrace café with the Association du Bac des Cars. During the 2 months of summer, mediators welcome you to the Les Cars site. Free guided tours of the site, a refreshing break in the café-terrace, the purchase of local products in the small shop, advice on the surrounding tourist sites or family games based on the Gallo-Roman world, put together your own programme for a fun and tasty trip back in time. Every day except Thursday - 1pm > 7pm
All year round: paid guided tours for adult and school groups - minimum 15 people - by appointment with the Musée d'Archéologie et du Patrimoine Marius Vazeilles - 05 55 95 19 15 - www.mariusvazeilles.fr.