NUESTRA SRA. DEL PILAR – ZARAGOZA
SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
NUESTRA SRA. DE COVADONGA – ASTURIAS
NUESTRA SRA. DE LA CABEZA – JAÉN
CARAVACA DE LA CRUZ – MURCIA
NUESTRA SRA. DEL ROCÍO – HUELVA
NUESTRA SRA. DE GUADALUPE – EXTREMADURA
NUESTRA SRA. DE MONTSERRAT – BARCELONA
SAN FRANCISCO JAVIER – NAVARRA
SANTO TORIBIO DE LIÉBANA – CANTABRIA
With the advice of San Francisco de Borja and San Pedro de Alcántara, and with the opposition of the Carmelites and the entire ecclesiastical hierarchy, she founded his first convent, that of San José.
THE ROUTE OF SANTA TERESA DE JESÚS – ÁVILA AND SALAMANCA
SAN JUAN DE ÁVILA – ALMODÓVAR DEL CAMPO AND MONTILLA
It retains one of the largest old towns in Europe, ranking third after Venice and Genoa. It has the only navigable seaport in Spain, in an inland city.
Who arranged bridges and cobbled roads for use by the Jacobean pilgrims, as well as a hospital with rooms to help them.
SANTO DOMINGO DE LA CALZADA – LA RIOJA
A personal prelature of the Catholic Church that helps Christians to seek holiness in their work and ordinary activities.
THE ROUTE OF SAN JOSEMARÍA
His devotion to the Catholic Church was characterized by absolute obedience to the Pope.
Founder of the Society of Jesus.
SAN IGNACIO DE LOYOLA – GUIPÚZCOA
SAN JULIÁN DE CUENCA
CHRIST OF URDA
OUR LADY OF CANDELARIA
CERVANTINA ALCALÁ AND GUADALAJARA ROUTE
TOLEDO AND ITS THREE CULTURES
SPANISH ROYAL ROUTE – EL PAULAR
ROUTE OF D. QUIXOTE
INTERNATIONAL MARIANAS PILGRIMAGES
NUESTRA SRA. DE FÁTIMA
NUESTRA SRA. DE MERITXELL
NUESTRA SRA. DE LOURDES
ITALY CENTRE – NORTH
After visiting this holy place where Jesus Christ lived, everything is different, being one of the essential trips in the life of every pilgrim.
FOLLOWING THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE POLISH SAINTS
FOLLOWING THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE HOLY GAULS
ROUTE OF SAN PABLO
By means of the following pilgrimage you will know beautiful places where great saints of Christianity such as Padre Pio or Saint Benedict of Nursia had their passage.
FOLLOWING THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE SAINTS OF SOUTHERN ITALY
BIBLICAL MOMENTS IN EGYPT
PILGRIMAGE TO THE NORTH OF FRANCE
SHRINES OF CENTRAL EUROPA
John the Evangelist, writer of the so-called “Johannian” writings and of the Fourth Gospel, was the beloved disciple of Jesus, to whom he gave his mother at the foot of the Cross.
THE ROUTE OF SAINT JOHN: GREECE – TURKEY
MONASTERIES OF ROMANIA
FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF SAINT PATRICK
IRELAND, LAND OF SAINTS AND MONKS
THE NETHERLANDS AND PARIS
DISCOVER THE ESSENTIALS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM
The long history of multiculturalism and intellectual thought, its rich folklore and its vibrant artistic and musical activity make Serbia an obligatory destination in the Balkans.
DISCOVER THE CHRISTIAN SERBIA
In addition to their geographical location, they are united by the particular charm of their landscapes in both winter and summer. These cities are full of places to discover and experiences in each of them.
NORDIC CAPITALS AND FJORDS
OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE – MEXICO
WAYS OF FAITH
Collect 12 different pilgrimage paths.
ROADS OF GUADALUPE
ROADS OF SANTIAGO
ROADS OF THE CROSS
HOLY GRAIL ROAD
OTHER PILGRIMAGES AND EVENTS
ROUTES OF PASSION
HOSPITALITIES, LARGE GROUPS
Do you want to know what some of the priests with whom we have already worked think?
Perhaps I am the one who has made the most pilgrimage with this enterprise because it is the home parish on Samuel’s maternal side the Director.
I have been a parish priest for 16 years and we have always liked to prepare some annual pilgrimage trip at parish level. First I prepared them, then Samuel helped me almost since he was a child, then he began to study tourism at the University of Alcalá, and now I can say that I handed over to him a few years ago and you don’t know the peace that it is that instead of worrying you, you’ve got it done for you.
We have been in many trips organised by him, I remember Fatima, Lourdes, Covadonga, Santiago, Caravaca de la Cruz, El Pilar, El Rocío, Rome (Italy), in Fatima and Lourdes I think that we have already repeated twice and this year we had a trip prepared to the Holy Land that has been suspended by the pandemic.
I like the whole pilgrimage but, as far as I am concerned, I would highlight the organization of the Eucharist and liturgical acts that can be celebrated and presided in the most emblematic places, Grotto of Lourdes, Capelhina of Fatima, Santiago, Covadonga in the same cave, on the high altar of El Rocío, etc.
The hotels are most of them 4 stars with a location close to the places to visit. you can eat very well and taste meals, wines, typical things from places like Parmesan cheese from Italy that we saw how was made. Meals are usually livened up with local live music.
I forgot that, in Italy, I presided at Mass at Castel Gandolfo with the chasuble worn by Saint John Paul II and inside the Vatican at the Altar of Saint John XXIII.
Samuel is always looking for everything to develop according to the plan of schedules, celebrations, meals, etc.
People come back very happy because we spent a few days, in addition to everything we learn, like in real family by the environment we created.
Willing and encouraged to continue traveling in the future with this company for how well it goes with us.
I recommend it at least try and you’ll see how you won’t regret it.
Emilio PeronaD. Emilio Perona Sánchez | Priest of Villanueva de Alcardete (Toledo)
We thank and remember with great affection the great service rendered by this agency of pilgrimages to the parish of Quintanar de la Orden in the pilgrimages organized to La Rioja and its monasteries and to the Ages of the Man of Lerma.
We enjoyed good organization, affection and good service, meals and accommodation, as well as transportation and refined sensitivity to the religious theme.
Thanks a thousand
José Antonio Escobar Cano, priestD. José Antonio Escobar Cano | Priest of Quintanar de la Orden (Toledo)
My name is Juan Ignacio and I am parish priest of Cebola and Montearagón, two villages in the province of Toledo near Talavera de la Reina.
Last November we visited Almonte and Palos de la Frontera with the purpose of reaching the jubilee granted on the occasion of the transfer of Our Lady of Orvalho to the parish of Almonte and to get to know some Columbian places.
We met Peregrinter travels thanks to Samuel, his director, who resulted in a great companion in our pilgrimage, attentive to all the details and willing to solve the problems that might arise.
What pleased me the most about the pilgrimage was that the experience of faith prevailed. We also followed a program that adjusted to our concerns. I would highlight the proximity of the guide who illustrated our path with his explanations. In this way, we were able to visit Bollullos Par de Condado, Almonte, El Rocío and Palos de la Frontera.
After the wonderful experience we would go on pilgrimage again with Peregrinter. It is a very recommendable experience. The pilgrims from our parishes were very pleased. When next?
Juan IgnacioD. Juan Ignacio López Serrano | Priest of Cebolla and Montearagón (Toledo)
My name is Angel Marco. I am the parish priest of Fuensalida, a town located near Toledo. On March 12 and 13 we organize a pilgrimage from the parish to the Sanctuary of the Virgen del Pilar in Zaragoza, including a guided tour of the cathedral and the town of Albarracín in Teruel, and a visit to Daroca, the town where it is venerated. the miracle of the Sacred Corporals in the Collegiate Church, where we celebrate Mass. Arrived in Zaragoza, and installed in a central hotel, we visited the Basilica of Santa Engracia, where we were received by the parish priest D. Santiago, explaining this Sanctuary where the martyrs of Roman times are venerated.D. Ángel Marco Rivera | Priest of Fuensalida (Toledo)
The next day we went to the Basilica del Pilar where we participated in the Eucharist. After visiting the Basilica, we went on to the Cathedral of La Seo, wonderfully restored a few years ago and where we were also able to visit the tapestry museum. We then went on to visit the Crystal Rosary Museum in the old church of the Sacred Heart and the Roman theater. We left a bit of free time, in which they wanted to go up to the Pilar tower to contemplate an aerial view of Zaragoza. After lunch at the hotel, we went to the Monasterio de Piedra, where each one walked and contemplated what he could of the old monastery and the landscape that one does not expect to find there. After the tour, we returned to Fuensalida.
All this tour was prepared with time by continually talking with Samuel from Peregrinter Travel. This dialogue is very important so that in the end all aspects of the pilgrimage come out well: the human and the spiritual. At this time when the fear of going out is still present, this dialogue is even more necessary. Samuel also accompanied us during the two days, taking charge of preparing the ground for each of the planned visits.
In the organizational aspect, everything went according to plan and, in addition, the good weather accompanied us throughout the tour. I hope that Samuel will find a place for himself in this world of pilgrimages that can help Christians so much in their experience of faith and Church.