LA ROQUE-GAGEAC lies on one of the cingles (hairpin curves) of the Dordogne huddled on a cliff that drops vertically into the valley.
The view from La Roque looking east into the Dordogne valley towards the village of Domme (Right)
Looking westward from the village centre. (Above)
The narrow streets are lined with houses constructed of local sandstone. (Left and Below)
The medieval troglodyte fort is built into the cliff face and is accessible by a wooden staircase. (Left and Above)
The local church, situated high on the slope, is surrounded by old properties many with exotic gardens. (Right and Below)
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