Goddess Tour to France

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For many years now, I have had a fascination and a great love for Mary Magdalene.  I am truly honoured to be hosting this tour, to bear witness to the life of Mary Magdalene when she lived in the South of France after the Crucifixion. 

When everything falls into place for me, the right people come along, and there are no obstacles or obstructions, and my heart starts to flutter, then I know that it is the right thing to do.  This is how it is with this Sacred Journey.

I will be working with a beautiful soul, named Bart Sharp, who also has a huge passion for Mary Magdalene and he has been to the areas and led tours to Magdalene territory many times, so we are in good hands.

The tour involves exploring caves, churches and sacred spaces, where Mary Magdalene lived and travelled to in the South of France.

Bart Sharp is also a Healer and he will do some clearings for us.  I am a Healer too and can already feel activations taking place in my body.  So this journey is not a regular holiday.  It is a Journey of Healing, Learning to Love Ourselves more, and removing emotional blocks and memories that are inhibiting the full opening of our hearts.

Join me if you wish to part take in this life changing Journey of Love

The Itinerary

Day 1 (September 16) 

Arrive in Toulouse.  We will be collected from the airport by Bart Sharp at around 9am. Should you be arriving a day or night earlier, it is suggested that you find overnight accommodation close to the airport, in order to meet the rest of the group at the airport in Toulouse at 9am. Fast Hotel is the recommended hotel that is a good place to stay that is close to the airport.

We will enjoy a two-hour drive to the Bugarach area in Southern France with lunch or pastry break along the way if needed in Limoux or Couiza. Then check into our rooms in Quillan and then back out for the first tour sites.

We take a quick trip to the small town of Serres to see Mt Cardou, the mountain of Mary Magdalene for opening prayers and activations. Then we travel to Pierre Dressie, a magical megalithic stone whose origins are unknown.

Day 2 (September 17) 

We travel to the magical area of The Gorge De Galamus and Hermitage De Galamus. Enjoy an easy stroll along this beautiful gorge looking down two to three hundred feet cliffs into the rugged limestone rock streams. 

The Hermitage De Galamus is a Catholic Church within a cave on the cliff side of the gorge. This heart opening, cave church has a strong presence of Mary Magdalene, some psychics swear her presence is so strong it must have been one of her ceremonial places.

Enjoy a wonderful cup of hot chocolate in the store at the cave entrance, French Hot Chocolate is most delicious.

We visit an old abbey town of Cubieres Sur Cinoble, the last remnants of the abbey is an old Templar based church.

After a late lunch we visit the Pic De Bugarach for a meditation and a mystery sight called Route De Marie, no one knows why this engraved, stone plaque was built here except it seems to be the home of something quite cosmic coming out of the mountain rocks itself.

Day 3 (September 18) 

We will take a short drive through the Pyrenees foothills to “The Cave of Mary Magdalene” where legend says she lived and did healings. What is more obvious about these caves are they are ancient, it is hard to tell whether they are natural or made by others, maybe an ancient people. These three caves each have their own distinct presence. The most popular appears to be a cave where ancient rituals of fertility were likely performed. It has the most divine feminine presence. A tour favourite.

Just a short drive away is the village and church of Rennes Les Chateau. The church is world famous as it is the setting used in the final scene of “The DaVinci Code”. Author William Henry proclaims, “The church is the most powerful energy in the world.” No doubt it is potent.

We will enjoy a relaxing lunch in Le Jardin De Marie, a beautiful outdoor restaurant with reasonable but delicious lunches and a coconut ice cream out of this world. There will be time to shop in a few of the shops in the village as well.

Day 4 (September 19) 

We will take an hour drive deeper into the foothills of the Pyrenees to the city and forest of Nebias. Most agree this is the best description of a fairy forest ever seen in France, enjoy a day trip walking in a maze of forest and limestone rocks in the presence of the fairy and angel kingdoms. Words cannot describe it. We will enjoy a picnic in the woods.

Day 5 (September 20) 

We will drive about an hour in the direction of the coast to the desert area to visit Cave of Perillos, we will spend the morning there meditating in this well-lit cave. I suspect this was a place of worship or pilgrimage for the Cathar people. Author Lars Muhl believes Mary Magdalene did forty day prayer vigils here.

Nearby the caves is Chateau de Perillos, perched on a hilltop overlooking the Mediterranean Ocean, some believe Jesus was buried here and we will go to this hidden burial site. 

Later we will travel a winding country road to visit a mountain peak fortress of Chateau De Payrepertuse. This well-built fortress is a great example of the chateaus of France established in the dark ages. Within the structures are two churches, one of Church of Marie and the other a hill top church. Both churches still embody special powers.

Lunch will be enjoyed at a local bakery in Estagel as we will buy a picnic lunch to dine in the cave.

Day 6 (September 21) 

A day of visiting churches and castles all north of Quillan in the towns of Limoux, Carrcasone and Vals. On the outskirts of Limoux there is the famous Notre Dame De Marcielle; a locally famous church with a holy well of higher vibration and a Black Madonna mysteriously found in a nearby field where the church was built in the eighth century. 

Outside the town of Carcassonne is La Cite, the largest castle or fortress in Europe. It is a bit of tourist place but we will split up as a group to visit the fortress, have lunch and possibly visit the Cathedral there.

Vals an ancient site of worship dating back to possibly 2500 BC, amazing architecture and amazingly powerful. Church is built into mountain side. 

Day 7 (September 22)

In the morning we go to Mt. Cardou, the sister mountain of Pic De Bugarach. A much easier walk but still long, 4 miles total. The top has the strongest presence of Mary Magdalene of anywhere on the tour. 

The late morning or early afternoon will be spent at “Fountain De La Amour”. Legend says Mary Magdalene did baptisms here. It is a heavenly beautiful place and good for a swim if you like cold water. Otherwise meditate in a fairy like atmosphere

Lunch at Rennes Les Bains in the town square, there is a Brassiere and pizza place, Chez Oui (serving Italian style). The Brassiere restaurant serves hamburgers, various fried foods and salads at the town center plaza under the sycamore trees. The Brassiere owner is a home spun artist expressing his love of Rennes Le Bains through his art all placed in his restaurant.

In the afternoon, it is a free day to relax either in the hot springs of Rennes Les Bain, explore the town or have an early return home to rest in the comfort of your room.

Day 8 (September 23) 

We go into the Pyrenees Mountains to visit the town of Tarrascon home of Chapelle de Notre Dame Sabarts, founded over twelve hundred years ago by King Charlemagne who had an encounter with Mother Mary at this spot. This church is an amazing connection to the feminine.

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Next we visit a sacred cave of the Cathars, Grotte De Bethlehem, this is a highly charged cave tapping into deep sources of the inner light of the earth. It is easy to understand why this was a pilgrimage site for the Cathars.

On our way home we will stop by a country church called Notre Dame De Celles, Mother Mary appeared here to a young man and blessed the local spring in a forested hillside, much like the story of Bernadette in Lourdes. The church has a profound presence of Mother Mary and holy water is available for all. Bring your bottles.

Day 9 (September 24) 

We visit the small church in Bugarach, spirit definitely lives in this quiet church. No trip is not complete without meditation time at the base of the sacred, star gate mountain, Pic De Bugarach. If time permitting we drive into the Communal Forest next to Bugarach to an ancient Celtic Stone Circle with an amazing tree as the head presence of the circle.

We eat a late lunch at “Le Fournil De Luc” a pastry, salad and sandwich shop. The desserts are amazing, always leave room for something sweet in this organic restaurant.

Alet Le Bains and St Salyvre. Visit an old Roman church in this small town, home of Nostradamus and visit the angel art gallery (good place for souvenirs). Up a narrow winding hill is the tiny village of St Salyvre. A former Roman church, now Catholic. French stories say Jesus died and was buried here. This is an amazing place as it is located at a mountain pass of around 2,000 feet so the views are good. Placing your hands on the altar activates a very powerful energy in the crown chakra and third eye. 

Day 10 (September 25)

We take a quick trip to the Besu, an old Templar mountain fortress. The view is incredible and we say goodbye to the area from this strategic point. 

Day 11 (September 26)

Depart for Toulouse and fly home.


The group will be staying in a Privately Owned renovated Castle for the duration of the tour.

 Breakfast and Dinner will be prepared by a French Chef, and are included in the cost of the package.

The Cost:

Discounted price if you pay your deposit of US$700 by 1 March 2019:

US$ 2300 per person sharing a room

US$ 2500 per person in a single room

Full Price (deposit paid after 1 March 2019:

US$ 2600 per person sharing a room

US$ 2800 per person in a single room

Cost Includes:

  • Transfer to and from Toulouse Airport on the first and last day of the tour
  • Breakfast and Dinner daily
  • Transfers to all sites mentioned in the itinerary
  • Energetic Activations
  • Tour Guide

What is not included:

  • International Flight ticket
  • Lunch, average cost 6 to15 euros per meal
  • Park Fees to Chateau Payrepertuse and Monsegur, six euros each.
  • Overnight stays at Fast Hotel should you need to stay an extra night before/after the tour starts.

To Book Your Space:

  • Compete the Booking Form and Pay your Deposit of US$700
  • Space is limited to a maximum of 11 people

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