Embark with us on this walking journey of self-discovery and adventure.

Prayerful Path is a pilgrimage/retreat/adventure business specializing in The Camino de Santiago and hiking pilgrimages.

We offer routes across Spain, France, Portugal, Italy, Israel and Scotland. Our adventures are a retreat for your soul. You may choose to travel on your own or with a group. The choice is yours, we are here to help you with your adventure.

Have you always wanted to be a treasure hunter? Pilgrims are like treasure hunters because they are driven by the hunger for discovery.

What treasure will you be seeking? Most pilgrims are seeking internal treasures. Forgiveness, reconciliation, a new direction in life, confirmation of a major life choice, or a renewed or rediscovered sense of personal identity.

What treasure do you need to find? Find peace and give yourself the perfect opportunity to hear the voice of God and get to know Jesus in a whole new way. Discover something new about yourself. ​​

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Stay tuned, we are still updating our pilgrimages/adventures. 

2020 pilgrimage calendar coming soon!

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Prayerful Path Blog, stories along the way!

Tips, advice, inspiration and more!

Kindness of Strangers

When I travel, I am never surprised by the kindness of people…people of all lands and of all religions.   As God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. — Colossians 3:12  One day in Israel, we had just finished our …

Have you met St. Francis?

A Mystical encounter in Tuscany By: Andrew Harvey When I was 18, I spent eight months hitchhiking around Italy. At the time, I was about to go to Oxford, and I thought that I wanted to be an art historian. So I visited all the …

Walking with St. Francis

BY Gretel Ehrlich | MAY 1, 2000 Gretel Ehrlich walks in the footsteps of St. Francis through the Umbrian countryside and ponders the life of a saint who was “radical without bitterness, vital yet gentle, dramatic—even outrageous at times—without narcissism.” The road to Gubbio veers north …