Pilgrim Stories

  • Amy Dimech

    Although hesitant at first I’m so glad I did this. We walked through parts of Malta I had never been to, beautiful areas! The challenge was both physically and mentally…

    Amy Dimech


  • Timea Szilagyi

    Very informative, beautiful walk in narrow roads, pathways. Loved the visit to the cave church in Lunzjata and the chapel under the main church in Mellieha. A great teaser to…

    Timea Szilagyi


  • Dominic Mintoff

    Thank you James for organizing the Camino Maltes Marae. Meticulously planned and managed with your calm way.

    Dominic Mintoff


  • Vince Vella

    Lovely two day camino. The first day was a bit longer, but passing through passages that are simply beautiful. Some of the tracks I did not know they existed. Well…

    Vince Vella


  • Cynthia Far

    A dream come true! Would recommend Camino Mariae Melitensis to anyone as its a journey of heart & soul immersed in nature & awesome views along the way! Well done…

    Cynthia Far


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The name XirCammini is an amalgamation of two words, one Semitic written in old Maltese ‘Xirca’, meaning society or confraternity, and the other ‘Cammini’, derived from Italian, meaning ‘Walks’.

XirCammini is a voluntary, non-profit making, non-denominational and non-sectarian membership organisation, open to all who support its aims, whose primary and over-riding objects are to research and advance knowledge and education about and generate interest in pilgrimages, hiking and/or faith travel focusing mainly on the ancient routes in Europe.

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