Through this 3D recreation, tourists have the opportunity to meet the cave without damaging the heritage of the site since high amounts of CO2 from user traffic deteriorated all the paintings of the cavity, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in July 2008 and closed to the public from 2006.
The tour begins in the lobby of the cave. A monitor is responsible for explaining its characteristics groups, and the work performed by researchers inside. Later, the public is placed special glasses to go into the cave through the virtual recreation. Explanations, one and a half hours, performed in Basque, Castilian, English and French.