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Walk to Spiritual Enlightenment in Portugal
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09 Sep 2022 - 21 Sep 2022
13 Days
Portuguese Spiritual Way, Portugal
12 Nights
Breakfast and Dinner Included
Maximum of 8 People
Maria Baltazzi
A Transformational Travel Experience Guide
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How This Trip Will Change Your Life

Expect daily blessings, meditations, reflective questions, and discussions about achieving greater happiness and leading more fulfilling lives, for those wishing to participate.
If you are ready for the next chapter in your life, this pilgrimage will support that journey.
Alternatively, if you feel fulfilled with life now, you have the opportunity to reflect on how it can be even more rewarding.


The Camino de Santiago, or in English, the Way of St. James, is the most famous pilgrim path in the world. It is believed that St. James preached the Gospel in present day Galicia and on return to Jerusalem he was arrested and died a martyr’s death. The remains of St. James were taken back to Spain by his followers and are said to be buried in Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in northwestern Spain.

The Camino de Santiago is not one single route but a network of ancient routes stretching across Europe, all leading to Santiago de Compostela. Today, you can walk the Camino for spiritual reasons, as a physical challenge, or both of course, to experience its unique old-world culture and beauty. Whatever your reason for making this journey, it can be a transformational one where the benefits will remain with you long after you have returned home.

This trip is with Remarkable Transformer, Maria Baltazzi, your transformational travel experience guide, and it focuses on the Portuguese Spiritual Way, also known as the Maritime Way, from Baiona on the western coast of Galicia to Santiago de Compostela. This unique Camino de Santiago includes a twelve nautical mile cruise showing the best of Galicia’s Rías Baixas, four estuarine inlets. You will also enjoy some of the country’s best gastronomy. However, one of the greatest highlights will be walking along idyllic beaches enjoying breathtaking views, making new memories and friendships to cherish for a lifetime.

**2022 is another Holy Year on the Camino**
For those who are walking with spirituality or religion in mind, 2022 will be memorable year for the Camino de Santiago, because it is a Holy Year. Last year was the official Holy Year, however, due of COVID, the Pope extended this observance
through to this year. A Holy Year on the Camino is a year when the feast of St James (July 25th) falls on a Sunday. According to Jacobean tradition, pilgrims who walk to Santiago de Compostela during a Holy Year and pass through the Holy Door of the Santiago Cathedral are forgiven all their sins. This is called a plenary indulgence and was started by Pope Calixto II. There is so much fascinating history and ceremony around Holy Years which you can learn and experience on this particularly special trip.

This Camino trip is perfect for solo travellers and small groups and the walk itself is manageable for all ages and most fitness levels.

What's Included
  • Pre-trip discussions (30 & 10 days out) - Get to know your transformational travel experience guide, Maria, and connect with your fellow travellers. Ask any logistical questions you might have.
  • Pilgrimage training schedule
  • Airport transfers
  • 12 nights' accommodation in beautifully restored quaint guesthouses & hotels
  • 12 breakfasts and 11 three-course dinners (house wine included with dinners)
  • A dedicated guide for the duration of the tour
  • A one hour catamaran cruise along the Ulla River
  • A Fado concert, a guided tour of the 18th century Pazo do Faramello with the Marquess (if available), a visit of a winery with wine tasting and a guided tour of Santiago
  • A one hour massage per person
  • Luggage transfers from hotel to hotel
  • Pilgrim’s credentials
  • All taxes and gratuities for the hotels
  • All group conversations and activities with your Travel Coach
  • A Pilgrim Kit per person includes an official Pilgrim Passport (Credential), a waterproof zip bag, a scallop shell, a poncho, luggage tags, and a John Brierley Camino de Santiago guidebook. This comprehensive route overview includes daily stage maps.
  • Post-trip discussions (30,60 & 90 days post-trip) - Reconnect with your group to share stories and support each other

Good to Know

– International flights are not included.
– Travel insurance is strongly recommended.
– Your luggage will be transported between your accommodation, so you will only need to bring a small backpack during the day.


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