You’ve flown somewhere romantic, unspoilt and perfect for your wedding. And to top it all off, you don’t even have to travel anywhere for your honeymoon. The most important day of your life deserves one of the best wedding locations to celebrate with your friends and family! After many years of experience destination weddings, we hbring to you the very best wedding venues and locations in Greece.
The island of romance, is among the best wedding locations in Greece. The white washed villas of Fira, sitting on the rim of the caldera, and the contrasting black beaches of Perivolos, Perissa and Kamari mean this dramatic landscape offers some of the most picturesque venues available for weddings.
Beautiful Crete is the largest of the Greek Islands and offers a diverse landscape and many beautiful venues for your wedding. From mystical fortress weddings to charming chapel weddings, rural farm estate weddings and, it goes with saying, many lovely beaches for your perfect beach wedding.
A wedding in Mykonos is the ideal way to experience Cycladic life while rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous who have frequented this cosmopolitan island for years. The most popular and one the most authentic locations across the Greek islands is the Mykonos Windmill with amazing views of the Little Venice bay.
With its unique character, Chios is the perfect spot for romantic weddings and memorable honeymoon. A treasured wedding location for couples to begin your new life together.
Stunning natural scenery, beautiful golden sand beaches spread before the shimmering Aegean and Mediterranean seas, a wonderfully verdant interior scattered with traditional Monasteries and villages, where life carries on much as it has done for centuries, combine all this with the best year on year sunshine record anywhere in Greece to produce an atmosphere of serenity and relaxation that is hard to better anywhere in the world.
The Μedieval fortress of Monemvasia, once a major port of commerce during the middle ages. The city was successively ruled by the Venetians and Ottomans after the fall of the Byzantine Empire. Whether the ceremony takes place in one of the many churches in the Medieval Castle-city of the Peloponnese or in the tiny nearby rural chapel, set in the heart of a verdant citrus grove and rolling vineyards, or the lovingly restored and stylishly furnished mansions are ideal for hosting a unique wedding.