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What's Rocamadour like?
Rocamadour is in the Lot department of south western France and enjoys a truly impressive location high on a cliff above a gorge on the Dordogne River. The town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an important stage of the Saint James pilgrimage route. Visitors come from all over the world to make Rocamadour hotels their base for visits to attractions like the Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Take a walk down the Chemin de Croix which features the seven stages of the cross, or visit Basilique St Sauveur, one of the seven churches which are half way up the cliff. The Chapelle Notre Dame which dates from the 15th century is an essential stop, and it's here that you'll find the famous Black Virgin. It isn't just impressive historic attractions that bring visitors to Rocamadour and the spectacular cave system of Gouffre de Padirac is within easy reach of the town. The Causses du Quercy Regional Natural Park is right on your doorstep and natural woodlands, cliffs, gorges, rivers and streams are perfect for walking and hiking.
Tips for getting along with locals in Rocamadour
With thousands of visitors each year descending on the town it's hardly surprising that many locals speak good English. However, trying out a few words of French will be sure to impress. The town is an important religious center, so do dress appropriately when visiting pilgrimage sites. Rocamadour isn't just famous for churches, and locals will be delighted if you try the famous cheese that takes its name from the town while you're dining in friendly neighborhood cafes and restaurants. Find more useful hints to make your stay perfect along with a range of the best Rocamadour hotels at Hotels.com today.