he implication in scripture is that Paul intended to take some spiritual pleasure and refreshment from his journey to Spain as well as partake in good conversation. When designing Christian tours to Spain we often combine France and Spain as a journey of spiritual enlightenment and enjoyment.
The two countries which are separated by the Pyrenees and surrounded on every side by the sea are most enjoyable journeys when taken together as one Christian pilgrimage. Fascinating is the difference between culture, cuisine, atmosphere when crossing the border between the two. Haute cuisine is replaced by Tapas and French Baroque Music is replaced by the Tango.
Tens of thousands of pilgrims feed their souls and reconnect with their religious beliefs as they travel the route of Santiago de Compostela on a journey of spiritual meaning and upliftment.
Christian Tours to Spain
Or journey on to Burgos, the historic capital of Old Castile, and visit the magnificent cathedral, burial place of the Spanish national hero, El Cid. En route to Lourdes, France, you stop to attend Mass at the Sanctuary of Loyola. Stay two nights in Lourdes and during your guided walking tour visit the Grotto, Our Lady of Lourdes Shrine, St. Bernadette’s birthplace, and her family home. On route to Barcelona stop in medieval fortified Carcassonne and admire its ramparts and castle walls.