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It is easy to find your dream hotel room in Rocamadour with Working the the very best Rocamadour Hotels, we have created a hand picked list of places to stay here. All of the Rocamadour Hotels that you will find on this list are accompanied by photographs, so that you can get an accurate idea of what the hotel you have chosen looks like. In addition, we show you ratings and reviews from other users who have stayed at each hotel, to give you an insight into what it will be like to be a guest. From tourist friendly accommodation to secretive retreats for couples, we have Rocamadour Hotels to suit every traveller at Situated above a dramatic gorge, Rocamadour is a picturesque village that will have both foodies and keen hikers feeling like they are in heaven.

What's Rocamadour Like?

Rocamadour is located in the famous Dordogne region, which is well known for its amazingly beautiful countryside. The Dordogne River itself flows right through Rocamadour, making it an excellent place for a walk or a picnic. One of the key sights in Rocamadour is the Shrine of the Black Virgin of Rocamadour: a shrine to the Virgin Mary which is said to be the site of many miracles. You may not notice it at first sight, but underneath Rocamadour there lies a network of caves, chasms, and tunnels, and even an underground river. It is highly recommended that you visit the Padirac Chasm, as from here you can take a boat tour on this river through the gloomy, romantic echoing caves. Early modern architecture and a delicious array of local wines ensure that Rocamadour is an unforgettable holiday destination at any time of year.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Rocamadour

One of the main products of Rocamadour is the cheese known as Rocamadour. This goats' milk cheese is something that you will be able to taste in restaurants and cafes throughout the region, and buy at local markets. Sampling some of this cheese is a great way to blend in with locals and learn about their tastes. You might want to master the French word for 'cheese', too, which is 'fromage'. The word for 'goat' is 'chevre', so when you eat goat's cheese, you are eating 'fromage du chevre'. At we have a wealth of detailed knowledge about Rocamadour and the attractions there, and this helped us to create the best possible list of hotels in Rocamadour for our customers to browse and enjoy, so book through us today.