Pilgrim Stories

  • Pierre Farrugia

    Malta 🇲🇹 Join me for the Camino Maltès, an ancient route pilgrims used many years ago to reach Santiago De Compostela . The Camino Maltès it’s 28km long and starts…

    Pierre Farrugia


  • Daniel M

    I happened upon the Camino Maltes as I was researching Caminos in general. Malta, I thought – yes! It made good sense to me as a starting point and I…

    Daniel M


  • Joe Camilleri

    We walked the Camino Maltes over the weekend (over two days). It ended up being 40k, so it was just as well that we split it over two days. We…

    Joe Camilleri


  • Onward & Upward!

    This week marks a very important milestone or waymark in the recently launched Camino Maltés! The Maltese Kredenzjal travels for the first time to Sicily with 2 international pilgrims –…

    Onward & Upward!


  • Tiziana Farrugia

    Had the opportunity to walk our own Camino with a group of awesome people. Clearly marked waymarks, very well organised and an overall great experience. Thanks for putting Malta on…

    Tiziana Farrugia


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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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