Camp Néolithique

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Come and discover the neolethic camp on the hights of Chassey-le-Camp which gave its name to one of the civilisations of southern France. Named “Chasséen culture” after the village, this civilisation was one of the first to use herding and agriculture 6000 years ago. It also manufactured remarkable ceramics. At this site, you will be able to see the vestiges of a gallo-roman sanctuary.

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    Groups welcomed : yes

    Minimum size : 4

    Maximum size : 20


Last update : 04/01/2018


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