Scotland's Pilgrim Journeys

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Uncover the story of Christianity in Scotland and the fascinating lives of medieval saints on the Scottish Pilgrim Journeys. Follow in the footsteps of monks, missionaries and even a queen, who all dedicated their lives to spreading the word of God throughout Scotland. Visit sacred places which have been the sites of pilgrimage and peaceful contemplation for centuries.

  • Iona Abbey, Iona
    Iona Abbey, Iona
  • Looking over to the mouontains of the Isle of Jura from the mainland of the Mull of Kintyre, Argyll & The Isles
    Looking over to the mouontains of the Isle of Jura
  • Looking over a field of buttercups down to numerous boats moored at the harbour at the Isle of Whithorn
    Isle of Whithorn
  • Melrose Abbey through trees
    Melrose Abbey through trees
  • Sweetheart Abbey with Criffel in the distance
    Sweetheart Abbey with Criffel in the distance
Iona Abbey, Isle of Iona

The St Andrew Journey

The St Andrew Journey is a historic trail that brings together Scotland's major pilgrimage sites.

A painted altar at the Benedictine Abbey at Fort Augustus

St Columba Journey

The St Columba Journey is a historic trail that brings together the pilgrimage sites connected to Saint Columba.

Looking over to numerous boats moored at the harbour at the Isle of Whithorn

St Ninian Journey

The St Ninian Journey: To the Source is a fascinating route that traces the story of Christianity in Scotland.

St Cuthbert's Way

St Cuthbert Journey

The St Cuthbert Journey is a historic trail that brings together the pilgrimage sites connected to Saint Cuthbert.

Sweetheart Abbey, New Abbey

St Mungo Journey

The St Mungo Journey: Saint of Stories is a historic route that takes in the many pilgrimage sites connected to Saint Mungo.

Inchcolm Abbey on Inchcolm Island

St Margaret Journey

The St Margaret Journey traces the life of Saint Margaret and encompasses some of Scotland's finest medieval pilgrimage sites.