Buzy, in the footsteps of archaeology
Buzy is a typical valley village with noble houses and large farms. 
The village contains archaeological remains: the dolmen and the stone known as Tuberne, probably an ancient open-air pastoral sanctuary...
The dolmen, dating from the Neolithic period, consists of 6 vertical slabs, 1 chevet slab on which rests 1 slab in the shape of a tortoise shell. It is located on the old transhumance route known as "la Hélère", which leads to the Pont-Long moors.
Next to them stood a slab, now in the Arudy Museum, covered in strange inscriptions and reminiscent of a sky map...