Pilgrim Stories

  • 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


  • Lorena Rebolo

    We did the Universal Peace Walk from Mdina to Zejtun. Three years ago we had planned to do the Camino de Invierno in Spain, but covid arrived and we had…

    Lorena Rebolo


  • Daniel Azzopardi

    Malta didn’t feature on the map of routes in my pilgrim passport, and I wanted to do something about it…

    Daniel Azzopardi


  • Nara Pessoa

    I was very happy for the opportunity presented by the Path, which never ends, we are called wherever we are, whether on the original path, or on an island..I appreciate…

    Nara Pessoa


  • Don Pace

    This year, 2023, I walked the Camino Maltes for the first time. The weather was perfect, the route well marked and the company of some 150 other pilgrims most exhilarating…

    Don Pace


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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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