The former pilgrim way leading to Rocamadour takes you along the foot of the cliffs overlooking the Dordogne river. Look, listen, they are peopled by birds ! The edge of the Causse and the picturesque succession of cliffs constitute the power and quality of the limestone landscapes predominating in the Dordogne valley. They are also remarkable natural habitats possessing a very interesting flora and fauna. The dry pastures of the Causse plateau, the result of mixed farming, where wild orchids flourish, are succeeded by the limestone cliffs, home to a flora constituted of rare, protected species such as the Woodland Tulip. These cliffs also provide nesting sites for some exceptional birds.