Organization of religious tours

At Forocio we have over 20 years of experience organizing customized religious tours in Spain and Europe.

During this time we have organized pilgrimages attending the call of the Virgin Mary at Fatima, we have visited the Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes, we have followed the footsteps of the Old or New Saints (Saint Teresa of Avila, St. Francis of Assisi , San Juan Vianney , etc. ) and have attended the events organized by the Church as the World Youth Day or World Meeting of Families, always offering an unforgettable and spiritual experience. In addition, as active members of the Church, we live and enjoy these experiences as participants.

We offer a professional team that will gladly take care of you both in Spain and in any of the countries where you decide to pilgrimage, providing the assistance of specialized representatives in each of the destinations.

We are delighted to have a large number of pilgrims who have had a positive and a unique experience with us, and see that they continue to rely on us.

If you’re thinking about making a religious tour contact us and we will help you plan your trip as so that you can fully enjoy the experience

Below, you’ll find a selection of the religious tours that are most popular with our customers. These are just some examples to spark your imagination , please send us your personal requests and we will happily design a trip for you.

Examples of Religious tours

Camino de Santiago: French Way 12 days

Walk 100km of the French Way starting in the Galician town of Sarria and finishing in the historic city of Santiago de Compostela where you will receive the traditional pilgrimage certificate.


Religious trip Italy 9 days

Take this incredible pilgrimage of the most important shrines in Italy, Explore the beautiful countryside of these regions and visit these special cities while confirming your faith.


Ignation Route Spain & Italy 13 days

Recreate the route that Ignacio de Loyola, being a gentleman, traveled the year 1522 from Loyola to Manresa. In 1522 Ignacio de Loyola traveled from his house in Loyola to Montserrat and Manresa, not far from Barcelona. His pilgrimage of almost a month changed his life. His subsequent projects helped transform the world.