Catholic Shrines of Spain including the pilgrim route of St. James


About the Catholic Church in Spain:
The new religion of Christianity came to Spain early in the first Century through the efforts of Saint James and the apostle Paul. Through the centuries Spain has given us some of our greatest saints and offers many shrines of interest to Catholics. Presented here are just a few of them and we will be adding more as time goes on.

If you are traveling on your own, there is a mobile phone, that will give you local Mass times and locations throughout the country (in Spanish only at this time).

Almonte:  Monastery of El Roccio

Aragon:  Our Lady of Torreciudad

Avila:  Saint Theresa of Avila


Canary Islands:  Our Lady of Candelaria

Carretera de Guadarrama:  Basilica of the Valley of the Fallen

Covadonga:  Our Lady of Covadonga

Garabandal: Apparitions of Our Lady

Guadalupe: Our Lady of Guadalupe in Extremadura (Black Madonna)

Limipias:  Miraculous Crucifix

Leon:  Basilica of San Isidoro & Pantheon of the Kings

Loyola:  Ignatius of Loyolaa

Malaga:  (cruise port & Cathedral)

Montserrat: Home of the Black Madonna

Prada Nuevo: (Our Lady of Sorrows)

Salamanca:  Pena de Francia (Our Lady of the Rock)

Santiago de Compostela: the pilgrim route of Saint James

Santo Domingo de Silos:  the Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos

Saragossa (Zaragoza): Our Lady of the Pillar

Valencia:  Saint Mary's Cathedral and the Holy Grail

Traveling independently?  Try staying in a Parador.
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