Rocamadour a medieval atypical village

Rocamadour a medieval atypical village

Rocamadour is a medieval village in the Dordogne valley, in south-western France. It is the fifth most visited site in France after the Versailles Castle, the Eiffel Tower, the city of Carcassonne and Mont Saint-Michel. Houses and chapels clinging to a cliff at the foot of which a river flows, a castle dominating the other constructions, all nestled in lush vegetation: these are the main features of the place!