Beebe Bahrami is an established travel, food and wine, adventure, and cross-cultural writer and cultural anthropologist. She is a frequent contributor to Transitons Abroad. Her work appears in many other publications, including Michelin Green Guides, National Geographic books, SouthSilkRoad.com, TheExpeditioner.com, The Pennsylvania Gazette, and in Bark, Wag, Expedition, and Archaeology magazines. Her travel book, The Spiritual Traveler Spain: A Guide to Sacred Sites and Pilgrim Routes, is available from HiddenSpring Books, an imprint of Paulist Press. Please see our review of her recent book Historic Walking Guide: Madrid.
Beebe annually divides her time between the U.S. and the western Mediterranean. For 25 years she has been dedicated to researching and writing about Spain, France, Portugal, and Morocco. She also writes about other European destinations and the U.S. All of her writing comes from firsthand, current, and well-researched knowledge, honed both as a writer and cultural anthropologist. This also means using foreign language skills, talking to locals from all walks of life, painting, photographing, cooking, harvesting, surfing, hiking, and exploring just about everywhere on foot.
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The Spiritual Traveler: Spain—A Guide to Sacred Sites and Pilgrim Routes