French Romerage is a Provencal word from Roumo viaggi ie the journey - or pilgrimage -
to Rome. Called roumiouSaint-Clair du Lavandou. France pilgrims going to Rome. By extension, roumavage meant "pilgrimage" in the broadest sense, and now applies to processions Festivities votive or a parish. Lou Roumavage Santo Vitori, for example, is a small local pilgrimage since Pertuis to the mountain of Sainte-Victoire where there is a stele on which are engraved texts in Latin 4 to Rome (East), in Greek to the south ( South), in French to the north, and finally the fourth in Provence to the west, which is due to Frederic Mistral. In French, roumavage became, by phonetic alteration romeirage then finally Romerage. However, many participants ignore the profound significance of the ritual, merely a happy tourist spectacle devoid of spiritual meaning.