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Astonishing landmark

Astonishing site. We came down from the chateau to the village as it was easier with 2 toddlers... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Laurice M
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Towering over the Alzou canyon

Rocamadour is perched on the side of a limestone cliff and towers majestically over the Alzou... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Carol H
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Place de la Carretta, 46500 Rocamadour, France
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Astonishing site. We came down from the chateau to the village as it was easier with 2 toddlers tagged alone. Beautiful structures built around the protruding rock. Astonishing views everywhere.

Thank Laurice M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Rocamadour is perched on the side of a limestone cliff and towers majestically over the Alzou canyon. What a wild and unspoiled environment! We hiked up many flights of stairs to the church of the black virgin, and enjoyed the wonderful views

Thank Carol H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

You can not describe the awe of this site. To imagine anyone designing this site is beyond possible! But they did it. The dizzying heights are beyond descriptions they carved beautiful chapels and staircases straight into the stone canyons suspended over an incredible deep gorge....More

Thank Mayornancy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A must see for the region - simply spectacular architecture and history. Don’t miss the rugby chapel - which was a bit of a shock! The French invest so much in preserving these sites and we are all fortunate to be able to enjoy them...More

Thank momitam
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Heard about it from friends and it is a ‘must see’ if in this part of France. Like so many places how did they build this on the side of a cliff without the benefit of modern machinery? Views from the ramparts are brilliant and...More

Thank Alan B
Reviewed October 7, 2018

This incredibly imposing collection of buildings clinging desperately to the side of the cliff is a tourists delight, as well as a pilgrims stopping point. The cathedral is an intruiging builidng in it's own right, with the Madonna's church being dedicated to miracles at sea?????...More

Thank dick h
Reviewed October 2, 2018 via mobile

The village and the church look great from across the gorge. The fact that they are built onto the cliff is impressive.entry is free. If you have a car then it's worth a quick trip, but beware of the narrow road, very tight turns and...More

Thank Karin V
Reviewed September 27, 2018 via mobile

What a place to explore! We loved it. The tacky tourist shops in the street below are soon forgotten when you visit the church perched on the rocks. There are many chapels to explore, and there is a serenity that washes over you. The black...More

Thank WineJourneys
Reviewed September 15, 2018 via mobile

Already overcrowded before noon, hardly any parking space. The second most visited religious place in France. Stunning location but the city is turned into a tourist trap.

Thank PeterD218
Reviewed September 12, 2018

We wondered, why someone built this town. However the reason, thank you cause it's amazing to see a town in the rocks. Rocamadour attracts may religious visitors. We were there in Aug, plenty of people everywhere . Get ready to walk or pay to get...More

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Jen J
January 19, 2018|
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yes, I am sure you could happily bring your dog here...they would love it too-wonderful place!
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Park at the top It is free at the far end although not signposted as such. There are largish cafes here. There is a lift and cable car of sorts which runs very regularly but this is chargable. Not particularly cheap as I... More
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