Holiday Type: Pilgrim Walks
- Accommodation in small hotels or comfortable B&B's - upgrades to luxury accommodation sometimes available - Please ask.
- We work with local specialists - back up and support is just a telephone call away.
- Luggage moved from hotel to hotel.
- Route notes and maps provided along tested routes.
- Our routes follow the original route as far as possible, except where modern busy roads have taken their place.
- Flexibility - we do our best to adapt our holidays to your particular requirements.
- We can arrange transfers and offer advice about the best way to get there. Pilgrim passports available - Please ask.
- Personal service at competitive prices.
Our Pilgrim Holidays:
Please click on the destinations below to see the pilgrim tours we operate in these countries. England France Italy Spain Switzerland
What Our Customers Say:We had a marvellous experience walking on the camino and we would like to thank Anne for her organisation and her attentiveness to our queries. Everything went so smoothly and each afternoon our bags were at the correct hotel - not a problem. Also the accommodation was very comfortable - compared to the refugios, it was luxurious indeed -the food was delicious - and the wine was pretty good!!
- Mr & Mrs W, Australia
A 'Pilgrim Route' is a walking route that allows tourists to travel in the footsteps of famous pilgrims or along paths of historical significance. These are typically longer than our normal holidays, so we divide them into stages to make them more manageable. If you are interested, you may walk the entire route at once, or a little at a time. Whilst we aim to widen our offer, thus far we specialise in the two major European routes - the Camino de Santiago (the Pilgrim Way of St. James) and the Via Francigena. The best known is the Santiago route, the main version of which begins in France and crosses into northern Spain to finish in the fascinating town of Santiago de Compostela. We offer the whole route, as well as some of the 'feeder' routes that brought pilgrims from all the compass points of Europe. But the Via Francigena, which traces the route taken by an early Archbishop of Canterbury on a pilgrimage to Rome, is becoming better known. We offer the entire route from Canterbury to the English coast; across norther France to Switzerland; and down through Italy to Rome. See the latest in: Pilgrim Walks