This ancient troglodyte village is very picturesque and historically interesting, inhabited continuously from the Neolithic until the early 20th century.
A small Neolithic dolmen without capstone, in the hills east of the Var village of Cabasse.
Bronze Age archeological site 25 km from Montpellier - at 5000 years, one of the oldest prehistoric villages in France
Chacolithic period habitation site in the Languedoc-Roussillon. This site bridged the European Copper, Bronze and Iron ages and is also known as the Rocher du Causse.
The Le Coulet Menhirs are a grouping of four Neolithic standing stones on the Causse du Larzac, south of the Cirque de Navacelles.
A pair of Neolithic dolmens, one with two layers and a complex entry, on the Causse du Larzac, a limestone plateau housing thousands of Neolithic megaliths.
The menhir of Le Leque, locally called Le Pierre Planée is a 5.6 m (18 ft) tall standing stone, located in a remote area of garrigue about 3 km east to the little hamlet of Le Lèque, in the commune of Lussan.
A large, complex pre-Roman defensive site on the hill beside Nages-et-Solorgues, on the plains southwest of Nîmes.
A nice example of a Neolithic burial dolmen, in the scrub lands past a local bergerie.
A nicely structured dolmen (but missing the capstone) close to Mons village, in the northeast corner of the Var.
This group of 9 small Neolithic menhirs are located in the Maures hills, south of Draguignan and Les Arcs.
A very large and modern museum of prehistory located at the village of Quinson in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. It is billed as the "biggest prehistory museum in Europe", we can agree that it's a very fine museum.