El Camino De Santiago Pilgrimage, Spain
May 25 - June 2, 2020
Register by February 1st, 2020
Walking is not only a form of exercise but a time to recenter, relax and receive inspiration. Walking pilgrimages can foster spiritual connectedness and opportunities for renewal. Join Alice Zicari '13 and Matthew Cortese, SJ, on a centuries-old, Christian pilgrimage in Spain, starting from the town of Sarria and ending at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. Known as "El Camino," this pilgrimage takes walkers through the wooded and hilly countryside to small villages along the way.
For registration or questions, contact Nicolle Barsch at email@example.com or call the Center for International Education at Ext. 2400.
This trip is not your typical sightseeing excursion. In English, El Camino de Santiago translates as “the Way of Saint James,” a well-known pilgrimage in Europe to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Spain where it is believed the relics of Jesus’ apostle Saint James the Greater are held. The Camino has existed as a Christian pilgrimage for well over 1,000 years. People from all over the world continue to walk this path. Participants for this Road Less Traveled Seminar will walk an average of 10-15 miles a day over hilly terrain. In addition, each evening will consist of group dinners and an opportunity for spiritual reflection after the meal.
$1,400 - Book your own flight and meet the group in Santiago, Spain. Includes shuttle to Sarria, lodging (double occupancy), all dinners and miscellaneous program expenses.
+$350 - for single occupancy rooms.
Meet at the Santiago de Compostela Airport in the Arrivals area at 4:30 p.m.
Shuttle bus from Santiago to Sarria
Visit Sarria and relax before starting the Camino
Days 3 - 8
Walk an average of 10-15 miles/day (4-6 hours)
Arrive in Santiago de Compostela and enjoy!
Program ends at 3pm