The best luxury wedding venues in Italy: lakes, hills, beaches or mountains?
As everyone knows, the Italian artistic and cultural heritage is unique; the real flagship of the country. Between cities with secular monuments and buildings, villages, islands and private beaches, from north to south, Italy has the primacy of luxury locations. Each one has a story to tell. Often these places are family properties that take new life and are destinated for worldwide events, from weddings to private events. That’s the reason why this beautiful country has become the favorite place for foreigners to get married. In addition to the good food and the beauty of the country, by choosing an Italian luxury wedding venue, you can enjoy a dream stay in private suites with breathtaking views, gardens, private chapels, starry restaurants and beautiful swimming pools. If your desire is to get married in Italy, it’s time to discover the best luxury locations from North to South.
For the lake lovers: Garda island
The island of Garda is located on Lake Garda. In order to make the event even more evocative newlyweds should choose Luigi Rovelli’s villa, a location in pure neo gothic venetian style. With its architectural majesty immersed in the greenery of nature, its Italian gardens and terraces overlooking the lake, it will steal your heart.
For beach weddings: Borgo Egnazia
Borgo Egnazia, a real village untouched by the passing of time, rises in Puglia, in the south of Italy. It is one of the most structured luxury locations in the country. The heart of Borgo Egnazia is the square, from which you can find suggestive alleys that lead to restaurants, suites, villas, spas, children’s areas, golf clubs and the beach. The venue with its cuisine, its services and the typical sand-colored architecture will make you live a unique sensory experience between comfort and warmth.
For royal weddings in the hills: The Castle of Rivalta
The castle of Rivalta is the perfect location for couples who want to organize their wedding between the green Italian hills and the tranquility of nature. With its fifteenth century imposing tower the castle suits well to all types of ceremonies, from those with civil rite to the religious thanks to the nearby church of Saint Martino. Moreover, the property offers the opportunity to visit the entire castle and discover its ancient origins and fascinating history.