What could be more romantic than a Greek island wedding? Picturesque, unspoiled and perfect
Akropolis Venue – Set in beautiful gardens, the family-run Akropolis is readymade for intimate wedding celebrations. Your ceremony will be in the gardens, under the shade of palm, banana and olive trees, so you’re in a really peaceful spot.
Alexandra Beach – It doesn’t get more idyllic than this, with your ceremony taking place either on a wooden platform on the beachfront , or on the hotels terrace that looks out to the sea. Whichever one you go for, you’re sure to take home some really special photographs.
The Balcony – Overlooking the bay of Tsilivi and neighbouring Kefalonia, the views you get at the Balcony make it a gorgeous spot for a romantic ceremony. The short ceremony is conducted in Greek with English translation and you can add your own personal touches in the form of poetry or readings.
We also offer weddings at the Louis Zante Beach Hotel. The Hotel is All Inclusive, meaning its great for those on a wedding budget, or just want a bit more control over the food and drink costs of the holiday. The Hotel has a choice of locations on where to hold your ceremony. Please click on the link for more information about the hotel.
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Acharavi Town Hall – If you’re staying in Acharavi, Roda, St Spiridon or Almiros, your ceremony will be held in a bright and airy room in the new town hall in Acharavi. And because the town hall is in the heart of town, you’re perfectly placed to continue your celebrations.
Ipsos Town Hall – If you’re staying in either Dassia or Barbati, you can arrive for your big day in style by travelling in a glass-bottomed boat. Its then only a short walk to Ipsos Town Hall. After your ceremony its only a few steps to the beach to have your photographs taken against the backdrop of the med.
Kassiopi Town Hall – Staying in Nissaki means you’ll be tying the knot in a big and airy room in Kassiopi Town Hall. You’ll find it above the beautiful bays of Kalami, Koloura and the waterfront villages.
Messonghi Town Hall – Having set up camp in Messonghi or Aghios Ioannis, you’ll be getting wed in the small, and rather swish Mayors Office. There’ll be extra facilties if your groups a bit bigger, plus there are lots of beachfront photo ops.
Parelion Town Hall – If you’re sunning yourself in Glyfada, you’ll get hitched in the cosy Mayor’s office in Parelion’s Town Hall. Is in a commercial area and is just right if your wedding party’s a bit smaller.
Sidari Town Hall – Stay in either Sidari or San Stefanos and you’ll be saying your ‘I dos’ in the small and simple ceremony room in Sidari’s Town Hall. They’ll be lots of very pretty photo opportunities and, if you fancy it, there are beach ceremonies available as well.
Aghios Nikolaos Lakeside – Aghios Nikolaos Lake is the place where, according to mythology, the goddesses Athena and Artemis Britomartis bathed. So, with this kind of history, you know its going to be a pretty place to say ‘I do’. On a paved area by the lake, the mayor or their deputy, will lead you through your vows in English. The water – which is dotted with little fishing boats – makes a great backdrop for photos.
Iberostar Mirabello Hotel & Village
This hotel is perfect for those looking for a luxury 5 star wedding! This hotel is all about taking a dip in the infinity pool or lying on your lounger sipping a cocktail, but you are still only 3km away from the nightlife of Aghios Nikolaos. Click on the link for more information on the hotel.
Andimachia Traditional House – Tucked away in the quaint village of Andimachia, this traditional house is perfect if you’re after an authentic Greek setting. A ‘recreated’ Greek house, its built in stone with a pretty terrace that makes for lovely photos.
Kos Town Hall – Located in the main harbour area of Kos Town. The town hall is an Italian-style building which offers some great photo ops – thanks to the fact its close to the castle and, of course, the harbour. If fact, if you’d like to arrive by boat or to take a trip after your ceremony, its easy to arrange.
Lofaki Venue – Get hitched with views of Kos, Kalymnos and Turkey as your backdrop. This hillside restaurant is in a prime position on the outskirts of Kos Town. Here, you can get married under a flower-covered arch in its gardens, in front of your seated guests. Your ‘I do’ is conducted by the mayor or his registrar, and you can hold your reception on the restaurants terrace.
Blue Lagoon Resort
This hotel is very popular with our brides and grooms. Not only does it have a few locations for you to choose from for your ceremony, but also some beautiful backdrops for those all important photos. The hotel is great for couples and families alike, it has adult only pools and great bars for while away hours sipping some cocktails, but also water slides and a pirate ship to keep the kids amused. Click on the link to find out more information about the hotel.
For Holiday Village Rhodes weddings, please refer to the Holiday Villages Weddings page.
Filerimos Venue – Pindrop peaceful and featuring a tree-lined walk to the entrance of the town’s Masonic Cross. Filerimos is a gorgeous spot to exchange your vows. And because you’re a fair way up, there are a lovely views across views across the north of the island.
Kalithea Springs – If you’re staying in either Faliraki or Kalithea, you can tie the know at Kalithea Springs Spa. Set in a pretty bay, the ceremony takes place in the rotunda, in front of a fountain and the statue of Eros.
Rhodes Capital Town Hall – When you get hitched in Rhodes Town Hall, the ceremony will be either upstairs in the wedding room, or downstairs in the entrance by the small chapel. The ceremony will be taken by the towns Mayor, so it’ll be in Greek and English and held on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday between 6 and 8 in the evening.
St Pauls Bay – As settings go, St Paul’s Bay takes some beating. When you get married here, the ceremony will be in front of St. Pauls Church – with its widescreen views making for very memorable wedding pics. It’s a very famous setting within Rhodes, and you will say ‘I do’ next to the beautiful blue seas of the pretty bay.
If one of these Greek gems is taking your fancy, why not call our weddings team on 0871 687 0494 (calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras) to discuss your wedding ceremony.
For a larger selection of hotels and wedding packages, please refer to the Weddings Brochure.