Pilgrimage Groups

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Aside from organizing pilgrimage tours for groups in Spain, Portugal and the south of France, we also provide detailed information on how to create a tour according to the necessities of the group. To this end, we carefully consider the desired points of interest to visit, the number of pilgrims in the group, the days available, and, of course, the budget.

Spain and Portugal have been the destination of millions of pilgrims from the Middle Ages until today, many coming to visit the principal Marian Sanctuaries, following the Way of St. James and gaining enlightenment from the teachings of Saint Teresa of Avila and St. John of the Cross, while steeping themselves in the art, legends and general culture of these ancient lands.

Before deciding what route to follow during your next pilgrimage, we would like to suggest and describe some of the sites that we believe to be of greatest interest. We are sure that this information will be of considerable help in deciding on the most appealing pilgrimage for you. Be sure to contact us, so our experienced professionals can provide you with an itinerary suited to your needs at the best price available.

The Way of St. James (El Camino de Santiago)
A brief biography of St. James the Greater, on the Tradition, on pilgrimages, on the Way and on the Year of the Saint.

The Principal Marian Sanctuaries
A brief review of the principal Marian Sanctuaries on the Iberian Peninsula.

St. Teresa and St. John of the Cross: Discalced Carmelites
A brief biography of St. Teresa of Jesus and St. John of the Cross.

Following in the footsteps of St. Ignacius Loyola and St Frances Xavier: the Jesuits
Brief biography of St. Ignacius Loyola and St. Frances Javier, their birthplaces and their travels and the influences on their lives.

St. Domingo de Guzman: The Dominicans
A brief biography of St. Domingo de Guzman, his life, the places he visited and his return to Spain to found the Dominicans.

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