Wedding Locations

Wondering how to pick a location for your wedding? Take a look at the main features below to help orientate you. We will match you to your perfect venue, but it can help to get an idea of which location might suit you best.

Lake Como

Lake Como is home to many exclusive wedding venues in Italy. With glamorous villas & exquisite hotels that have mountain and lake views, it is a popular and picturesque destination.

All types of ceremony can be celebrated on the Lake.

Price point for Lake Como weddings are generally higher than other regions of Italy due to the nature of the venues and suppliers serving the region.

Top venues include:

  • Villa Balbiano
  • Villa Pizzo
  • Villa Balbianello
  • Villa Pliniana
  • Villa Cipressi
  • Villa Sola Cabiati

Lake Como has always been a magnet for the Elite.

Janine Di Giovanni


Tuscany is the perfect Italian countryside setting. It is home to Medieval Castles, Countryside Villas, Luxury Hotels, Farmhouses, Borgo’s and gardens with breath-taking views.

The region is typically characterised by it’s rolling hills, Cypress lined alley’s, Olive groves, and locally produced food & wine.

Tuscany is ideal for those wanting to have a group holiday experience as well as a wedding. Unlike other regions, most venues come with accommodation onsite for varying numbers of guests lending itself to hosting multiple events in one space.

Florence, a city of art and culture, also hosts a range of venues with beautiful views of the city & Duomo in the distance. Chianti, a famous wine region is full of chic country options .  Siena, considered one of the most picturesque medieval cities in Italy has many beautiful Borgo’s and Villas on the outskirts for wedding celebrations.

Top venues include:

  • Villa Cetinale
  • Il Borro
  • Borgo Stomennano
  • Villa Medicea di Lilliano
  • Villa Corsini
  • Castello di Meleto

Travel is very subjective. If you want culture and class, I would say Tuscany.

Robin Leach

Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coastline is simply iconic. It is famous for it’s natural beauty, with crystal clear seas set amongst dramatic mountains, making for a very special wedding location.

The small picturesque towns dotted along the coast add character with bursts of pastel colour and architecture.  Amalfi is on sea level and hosts many boutique hotels, restaurants and bars. Ravello positioned above Amalfi, boasts panoramic views of the Coastline and many luxury wedding venues. Positano has a number of elite villas with unique positions for wedding celebrations. Sorrento has more of a city vibe and venues are positioned with views of Capri.

It is a versatile location with venues ranging in price, meaning that it accommodates for varying budgets. Most venues are available for day hire with a range of boats and restaurants available to add on for pre and post wedding events.

Top venues include:

  • Villa Cimbrone
  • Belmond Hotel Caruso
  • Hotel Santa Caterina
  • Villa Astor
  • Villa San Giacomo
  • Villa Oliviero

There is no more romantic spot in the world than the Amalfi Coast.

Author Unknown


Sicily is an increasingly popular wedding destination within Italy. Taormina is a favourite choice, perched on a cliff offering panoramic views of the sea and Mount Etna in the distance.

It is great for those wanting a sea view location but at a price point that is more friendly than the Amalfi Coast.

Sicilian food is outstanding ~ a fabulous mix of Italian cuisine with Spanish, Greek & Arab influences.  Famous for their dessert buffets and big cakes, you will have a delicious end to your wedding meal.

Top venues include:

  • Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo
  • Dimora delle Balze
  • Villa Mon Repos
  • Tonnara di Scopello

Taormina…a landscape where you can find everything on earth to seduce the eyes, the mind and the imagination.

Guy de Maupassant

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