Amalfi Coast WeddingsHighlights:
- Sunshine, stunning ocean view vistas and the eternal blue sky.
- The finest seafood, incredible pizzas, limoncello liquor and buffalo mozzarella.
- Some of the friendliest and most hospitable people you will ever meet.
Closest Airport: Naples (1 hour) then Rome (3 hours)
Best time for an Amalfi Coast wedding: all year long but March through October are the sunniest months.
No photos really can do it justice; the Amalfi Coast is something you have to see and experience yourself. White Moorish-style houses cling to the flowering cliffs of Positano, surrounded by bright bursts of purple and red bougainvillea flowers. The breathtaking main square of the town of Amalfi is an idyllic setting for your Amalfi Coast Catholic wedding in Italy. It’s amazing cathedral dominates the entire town with its imposing stairs and panoramic views. Everywhere you turn, is an impossibly blue sea.
Marrying on the Amalfi Coast will allow you to experience the charm and warm hospitality of the south of Italy. For your wedding reception on the Amalfi Coast, we offer ancient monasteries, luxury coastal villas with flowering gardens and splendid Moorish palaces. The cuisine and wines of the region are superlative; you and your guests will savour the authentic flavors of the sun and sea. A decade of wedding planning in the Amalfi Coast has allowed our wedding designers to establish a special professional relationship with local vendors. We collaborate only with the highest level of providers and offer a selection of exclusive locations.
Not just Amalfi, Positano and Ravello…
Some of the most beautiful places on the Amalfi Coast are just steps from the well known towns. We invite you to discover the hidden treasures of this Mediterranean paradise. We are knowledgeable about every aspect of planning a wedding in this seaside paradise and can arrange for civil, Protestant, symbolic, Catholic or Jewish Amalfi Coast wedding ceremony including: Amalfi, Atrani, Capri, Massa Lubrense, Maiori, Minori, Positano, Praiano, Ravello and Sorrento.