Diocese of Clogher | Joe Walsh Tours

Diocese of Clogher

Lourdes is a place of universal meeting and sharing, prayer and celebration of life

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Clogher Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes is now rescheduled to take place from the 9-14 July 2021 from Belfast Airport. Details of how to book this pilgrimage will be available soon.

You can book the Clogher Pilgrimage to Lourdes by contacting the Clogher Diocesan Pilgrimage Office on 048 67724329 | Southern Ireland or 028 67724329 | Northern Ireland or emailing john.cdp@btconnect.com.

The booking form will be available to download from the Clogher Diocesan Pilgrimage website soon.

If you require assistance or intend on taking a wheelchair to Lourdes you must register your request by calling our office.

A typical Clogher Diocesan pilgrimage package includes:
» Direct flight from Belfast to Tarbes-Lourdes Airport and return
» Return airport transfers with guide assistance
» 5 nights hotel accommodation | Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner
» Full programme of religious ceremonies and special masses
» Guided tours and social evenings
» Full assistance of Joe Walsh Tours guides and representatives

For additional information, please contact Pilgrimages Abroad on 01 635-9300 or email info@pilgrimagesabroad.ie.

Local Information

  • Currency: Euro (€, EUR)
  • Local time: GMT +1 hour
  • Airport: Tarbes-Lourdes (LDE)
  • Flight duration: 2 hours 20 minutes approximately
  • Transfer time: 20 minutes from Tarbes-Lourdes (LDE) airport
  • Languages: French; many people speak English
  • Climate: Continental mountain climate with warm summers and cold, dry winters; best time to travel is April to October
  • Voltage: 230V A/C, sockets outlets and sockets Type C 2 pin and Type E 2 pin are used
  • Visa: not required for EU citizens; non-EU citizens are advised to check with the relevant authorities
  • Passport: EU passport holders travelling to France must have an up-to-date passport valid for travel three months beyond the date of return; non-EU citizens are advised to check with the relevant authorities