Parish Pilgrimage 2019 in the Footsteps of Saint Paul in Malta

Retracing the Footsteps of St. Paul in Malta

Based in St Julian’s

Sunday 15 – Sunday 22 September 2019

 

Malta, perched in the Mediterranean Sea just south of Sicily has a rich history and a turbulent past.

Its Megalithic Temples are the world’s oldest buildings, pre-dating the pyramids by thousands of years. During the week you will discover its intriguing landscape full of historic ruins, Baroque churches, regal palaces, UNESCO World heritage sites and atmospheric old towns.   St. Paul spent 3 months in Malta when the ship carrying him to Rome as a prisoner went aground in Malta and thus Christianity flourished here.

 

Proposed flights

Sunday 15 September     Dublin to Malta    15.05 hrs.    19.45 hrs.

Sunday 22 September     Malta to Dublin    20.10 hrs.     23.10 hrs.

Carrier: Ryanair

 

Proposed accommodation

Be.Hotel, St. Julians 4*

Just 200 metres from the sandy beach of St. George’s Bay in the popular resort of St. Julian, this hotel is located within the Baystreet Tourist Complex with its large selection of shops and a wide range of restaurants and bars.    All its 275 rooms are modern with air-conditioning, TV, minibar, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer and free WiFi.   It has a restaurant and coffee shop/café.   There is a panoramic rooftop terrace and swimming pool.

 

Special Booking Offer Price: €975.00 per person sharing on a dinner, B&B basis on all bookings by December 14th.

 

Price includes:

  • Direct flights Dublin/Malta return
  • Return airport transfers
  • 7 nights accommodation on a Dinner, B&B basis.
  • Excursion to Valetta – the Capital of Malta
  • Excursion to the Island of Gozo
  • Excursion to St Paul’s Bay and Rabat
  • Services of MAP Travel representative for excursions and transfers only

For bookings, please contact MAP Travel here:

Tel: 01-8783111  Fax: 01-8783117
E-mail: patricia@maptravel.ie
Website: www.maptravel.ie

36 Upper O’Connell Street, Dublin 1. (Entrance on Parnell Street)

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