Although magnificently built into the side of a cliff, Rocamadour is remarkably accessible for all people. We begin our tour at the top of the town and work our way down the zig-zagging steps. We’ll work our way through the cathedrals, arch ways and cobbled streets to our meeting point at the bottom. For those who don’t want to walk that far down there are elevators taking you between each level.
If you’re used to a higher level of activity, another option is to take one of the multiple hiking routes around the town taking you through the valley and back up and over the plateau where you’ll find waterfalls and derelict mills along the stream. For those who prefer two wheels, there are some excellent cycling routes around the town, even going between tourist sites.