Site de Roche de Vic

On D.940, near four roads of Albussac, in the direction of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne. This rocky steep slope dominates the landscape in 636 m of height. It is credibly about an oppidum Gallic which was formerly surrounded with an oval surrounding enclosure formed by walls or by natural rocks... The ancient ditches are covered with heathers today. The legend wants that Roland, nephew of charlemagne threw his sword, Durandal, since the summit until Rocamadour... Since 1880, Roche de Vic is dedicated to the Virgo. The chapel set up in its summit, is still surmounted by a statue of Holy Marie. Every year, on August 15th, a pélerinage collects hundreds of persons. The viewpoint indicator allows to take advantage of a wide panorama on 360 degrees.


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