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Medjugorje Retreat

Adriatic coast

Situated by the coast of Adriatic sea is the city of Split, with it's rich history and culture, wonderful local cuisine, combined with it's unique beauty makes it one of the most popular tourist destinations. For those who like the sun and the sea will find themselves enjoying the best of both worlds.  Try a full hearty meal at local restaurants with their house wine/Loza at a very reasonable cost.  Dip in the sea, take a walk along the promenade, visit the cathedral, see the Roman ruins and the setting of Game of Thrones.

Our visit to Medjugorje includes a free excursion to Split.  On our selected itineraries, we spend 2 or 3 nights in Split giving our pilgrims ample time to unwind.


A small village in Bosnia Herzegovina, 25 km (16 mi) southwest of Mosta and close to the border of Croatia is Medjugorje.  A town between mountains.  At an altitude of 200 m above sea level it has a mild Mediterranean climate.  The Roman Catholic parish consists of five neighbouring villages: Medjugorje, Bijakovi, Vionica, Miletina and Surmanci. 

In 1981, when six local children claimed they had seen visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Medjugorje has become an unapproved destination of Catholic pilgrimage.

"Our Lady of Medjugorje" is the title given to the apparition by those who believe that Mary, mother of Jesus, has been appearing from 24 June 1981 until today to six children, now adults, in Medjugorje.

Despite the fact that the Church has not yet verified the story, many pilgrims have visited Medjugorje and repeat the pilgrimage every year.  Many of our pilgrims shared their wonderful experience with us and asked us to continue organising pilgrimages (retreat).  


As Pope John Paul II put it ...

"Medjugorje is a place of prayers."

Thanks to it's unique setting between mountains, beautiful scenery over the Cross Mountain and the Apparition Hill, a friendly atmosphere and lack of modern-day demanding life style - Medjugorje truly is a place of prayers - a retreat!


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Day 1

[London - Split]

Pilgrims are advised to arrive at the airport 2 hours prior to the departure time stated. In Split our local rep will meet you on arrival and organise a coach transfer to Medugorje. Dinner at the hotel.

Day 2 - 6

Five nights accommodation on half board with services of our tour manager for 2 days. Attend Mass at St. James’ church and rosary prayers in the evening. Climb up the Cross Mountain (only suitable for able walkers!) and say prayers at the Stations. Spend time to reflect at the Apparition Hill. Weather permitting we’ll organise an included excursion to Mostar during your stay.

Day 7

Travel to Split for 2 overnight stay. Our guided tour includes :- Diocletian Palace, the Old town, the Cathedral and Bell Tower, the church of St Martin and Monastery of St Frances. Optional 3.5-hour guided tour of the Game of Thrones filming locations behind the scene. Dinner & overnight in Split.

Day 8

Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Split airport for your return flight to London.

No of Days
Tour Leader
Package Price
27 March 2020
3 Apr 2020
EasyJet from Gatwick
Medjugorje & Split by Air
Fr. Sebastian Joseph - Ruislip
£ 590
5 June 2020
12 June 2020
EasyJet from Gatwick
Medjugorje & Split by Air
Varghese Stansilaus
£ 590
6 Sept 2020
13 Sept 2020
By Air
Medjugorje & Split
Fr. James Mulligan / Rufina Maderas
£ 590
19 Oct 2020
26 Oct 2020
By Air - EasyJet from Gatwick
Medjugorje by Air
Yahaira Estrada
£ 590

Included: Return flights from London - Split+ taxes, coach transports in Croatia and Bsonia & Herzegovina, hold luggage, 3* hotel on half board, local tour manager, guided tours, full pilgrimage programme.

Extras: Single room supplement (£15/night), travel insurance, all lunches, snacks & drinks, optional excursions, all other entrance fees & gratuities, any other costs of a personal nature.

# The above itinerary & package prices are for guidance only and are subject to minor alterations due to circumstances (local/overseas) that may arise beyond our control. #


“Remember that when you leave this earth, you can take with you nothing that have received--only what you have given.”

St. Francis of Assisi

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