Pilgrim Stories

  • Michael Zanotto

    I arrived in Malta to visit family and a Camino Finisterre friend (Maltese) in May 2024 unaware that I was about to embark on another Camino. I had just finished…

    Michael Zanotto


  • John Fallon

    I completed the Maltese camino on 25 April. A delightful walk in the sun. A very different experience to both the Camino in Spain and the Via Francigena. I don’t…

    John Fallon


  • Michael Richardson

    We walked the Camino Maltés on March 25th as our first step in completing the whole Camino via Sicily and Sardinia to Santiago. This was a project for Lent 2024…

    Michael Richardson


  • Francesca Vincenti

    The Camino Maltes – done & dusted 422 years after the first credencial was issued by Grandmaster Alof Wignacourt to Don Juan Benegas de Cordoba. It starts from St Paul’s…

    Francesca Vincenti


  • Jackie Farrugia

    This weekend together with my friends we walked for the second time the Camino Maltese which ended up being a 36km walk as always impeccable organization and an experience to…

    Jackie 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’.

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