Associació d'amics del camí de Pallerols de Rialb a Andorra
From Portugal to Pallerols
5 hours walking under a harsh July sun

At 5 pm last July 21, a group of 14 Portuguese girls arrived in Pallerols asking for water because they had already used up all the liquid supplies they were carrying. This day was one of the hottest of the summer, reaching 39 degrees in some places in the Barony of Rialb.

They had left Peramola at a quarter to 12 with the intention of following on foot the old road that goes to Pallerols passing through the Saint Raphael Cabin. In total they walked for more than 5 hours under a very intense sun.

Once recovered from the heat and well supplied with water, they made a guided visit to the rectory and the church of Pallerols, retracing the places through which Saint Josemaria passed on November 21 and 22, 1937.

The day after the arrival of these girls in Pallerols, we received a WhatsApp message saying: "Thank you very much for the wonderful welcome you gave us. It was a great day! All the girls really liked it!"

These and other similar expressions are the general tone of all the groups that come to visit Pallerols.

Associació d'Amics del Camí de Pallerols de Rialb a Andorra.   Av. Diagonal, 620, 1er. 2a, 08021 - Barcelona (Spain) . Tel.: (+34) 629 910 612