In English ?

Visit the Pterosaur Beach !

At the end of the Jurassic, 150 million years ago, the Aquitaine Basin was covered by seas. The area of Crayssac was then a large tropical littoral mud flat where crocodilians, pterosaurs, dinosaurs, turtles, crustaceans left their footprints in the mud. Excavated for 25 years, the so-called “Pterosaur Beach” is unique and revealed hundreds of well-preserved animal trackways. This site is protected as a National Geological Reserve.

From July 15th to August 26th, guided tours in English are proposed on Monday & Friday at 12pm.

Booking is recommended, directly at the Pterosaur Beach: +33(0)5 65 23 32 48 or at the Cahors Tourist Office: +33(0)5 65 53 20 65.

Visits in english can be booked for groups. Please contact us.



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