L'Hospitalet : Chapel and Hospital Saint Jean (13th century) in "the Fields of the Poor".
Medieval city : fortified gates (13th century), Palace of the Crown (15th century), Grand Escalier des Pèlerins (224 steps)
Sacred Enclosure : 7 churches and chapels, miraculous bell (9th century), statue of the Black Madonna (12th century), murals including a dance of death (12th to 15th centuries) ), the 19th century Stations of the Cross.
Castle : the 14th century ramparts and its impressive view of the Site.
• La Ferme des Campagnes :
Duck foie gras and Rocamadour wine
• La Ferme Lacoste :
Rocamadour AOC cheese
• La Borie d'Imbert :
Goat farm, cheese dairy and Rocamadour AOC
• La Grotte des Merveilles
• The Little Night Train
• Jean Lurçat Tapestry
• Café Théatre Côté Rocher
• Le Rocher des Aigles
• The Monkey Forest
• La Maison des Abeilles
• La Ferme de Justine
• Le Gouffre de Padirac and his boat trip.
• La Grotte de Lacave
• The fortified mill of Cougnaguet (13th century)
• Martel and its medieval city
• Gramat and the Animal Park
• Souillac and its domed abbey, its museum and its distillery
• Saint Céré and its Jean Lurçat museum and Montal Castle
• Gourdon and its old town
• Prehistoric Caves of Cougnac
• Superbly restored Figeac where the memory of Jean-François Champollion floats, museum of writings.
• Bastides and exceptional labeled villages.
Rocamadour is an ideal point to discover our region, The Dordogne Valley, the valley of 1001 castles.
Circuit des Merveilles, 3 villages labeled "Most beautiful villages in France":
Autoire, Loubressac, Carennac
Bretenoux, 13th century bastide
Beaullieu sur Dordogne & nbsp ;: city nestled in the sweetness of the "Limousin Riviera", its 12th century tympanum and its port of barges
Collonges la Rouge & nbsp ;: city of red sandstone houses
Turenne & nbsp ;: castle of the Vicômes de Turenne
Souillac, city of the "Rivière Espérance", dear to Christian Signol
Château de Fénelon, birthplace of François Salignac de Lamothe-Fenelon
Sarlat, the magnificent capital of Périgord
Carrefour des 5 Châteaux: Beynac, Fayrac, Marqueyssac, Castelnaud, Lacoste
La Roque Gageac and its exotic garden and its Gabares Norbert
Château des Milandes where the memory of Joséphine Baker floats
Bastide de Domme and its panorma
The Lot river dedicated to Oltis, Gallic goddess of the waters and her afluents. Vers or Célé immerse you in landscapes of wild beauty.
Cabreret and its Pech Merle cave, "the emotion of the authentic". Paintings of exceptional quality that have adorned walls for 24,000 years
Saint Cirq Lapopie, listed and labeled village perched on its rock
Many châteaux (Cennevières, château du Diable ...)
Beautiful locks from the 17th century, cruise ships
• DISCOVER THE Cahors vineyard tours
Cahors, capital of Quercy, its 14th century Valentré bridge and its old quarters
Lalbenque, capital of truffles.
Cajarc, capital of Saffron
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