Grottes de Rocamadour: A mystical underground world

The Grottes de Rocamadour, located in the iconic pilgrimage site of Rocamadour, offer a fascinating underground experience that takes visitors through centuries of natural and human history. These caves, known for their stunning rock formations and historical significance, are a must-see for anyone visiting the Dordogne region.

Historical and geological wonders

The Grottes de Rocamadour contain a series of impressive stalactites and stalagmites, as well as rock paintings and artifacts dating back to prehistoric times. The caves are carefully lit to highlight the beauty of these natural formations, creating a magical and educational atmosphere.

Guided tours and educational experiences

Visitors can join guided tours that provide in-depth information about the geology, history, and archaeology of the caves. The guides are knowledgeable and share engaging stories about the discovery and use of the caves throughout the ages.

The chapel of Notre-Dame

One unique aspect of the Grottes de Rocamadour is their proximity to the famous Chapel of Notre-Dame, where the Black Madonna is venerated. This adds a spiritual and cultural dimension to a visit to the caves, alongside the natural wonders on display.

Plan your visit

The Grottes de Rocamadour are the perfect addition to a visit to the historic village of Rocamadour and its surrounding attractions. Whether you’re interested in geology, history, or simply want to enjoy a unique underground experience, these caves have something for everyone.

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