The princess of the Ionian Islands
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The princess of the Ionian Islands
Have a dreamy wedding in Corfu one of the famous islands of the Ionian Sea and most popular in the Mediterranean. It is full of whitewashed houses, Byzantine churches, Venetian walls and ancient temples.
A source of inspiration for all the fine arts, with enormous cultural heritage, has a special glamour, which combined with its natural beauties, wonderful climate, beaches and interesting sights, makes it one of the most attractive destinations for Greeks and foreigners but also to those who want to make their wedding in the arms of thousands of “cantas” and the melodies of the famous “Philharmonic”.
You can give your vows of love near the waterfalls of the village of the Nymphs, walk through the streets of the historic village of Kassiopi and its narrow alleys, with the outfitted clothes and small squares, take a photo in the old town with the old and new fortress of the UNESCO World Heritage Site or in front of Achilleion that Princess Sissy created as a refuge on the island.
Corfu has golden sandy beaches, emerald waters and green hills, but also a historic town with Venetian grace and cultural sights.
This beautiful Greek island with overwhelming history and gastronomic heritage awaits you to experience your most romantic and fabulous moments.
You can combine your wedding in Corfu with your honeymoon
Get photographed in the majestic palaces, in the romantic cantonments.
Decorate your wedding table and treat your guests with Corfu food.
Discover the enchantment of wedding hotels in Corfu!
From elegant ballrooms to stunning outdoor settings with panoramic views, each hotel provides a unique backdrop for your magical day.
Welcome to the island of the Phaeacians, the island where King Alcinous’ daughter saved Odysseus.
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The Beach of Pelekas (Kontogiallos beach) with the famous sunsets!
Pelekas beach is ideally located 13 km west of Corfu
The beach is conspicuous by its soft sand
Halikounas, the beach in Corfu that resembles something from the Sahara.
Is a vast sandy beach on the south west coast of Corfu, right on the edge of Lake Korission
Within the area covered by the archaeological site of Paleopolis in Corfu, lies the verdant estate of Mon Repos.
It is about 3 km from the city of Corfu and covers a total of 258 acres of vegetation on the hill of Analipsi, while it also includes an impressive palace with an endless view of the sea.
The palace of Mon Repo was built by the English Commissioner of the Ionian Islands, Frederic Adam, in 1831. It is said that it was a gift to his beloved wife, Nina Palatianou from Corfu
You won’t find these majestic buildings, this stately beauty on any island.
Dimarhiou Square, featuring San Giacomo, the Catholic cathedral of Corfu, as well as the Town Hall building, whose construction began in 1663 and was completed thirty years later to house the first opera on Greek territory, is one of the Old Town’s most distinctive landmarks.
Every single building, every single street will appear like an open museum
Take a trip back in time and see Soranza Gate, the English Barracks, the winged lions of St. Mark, the Madonna Del Carmine, the Savorgnan bastion, the Sea Tower
FAQ for a Corfu Wedding
What type of wedding can you have in Corfu?
You can have either a church wedding, a civil ceremony or a vow renewal ceremony.
Please note that Orthodox weddings only take place in a Greek Orthodox Church
What’s included in a Corfu wedding package?
The wedding package includes the area where the wedding will be held, flowers,
decorations, tables, chairs and linen.
Some wedding packages also include the wedding photographer.
How long do you have to be in Corfu to get married?
You will probably need to arrive to the island around 6 days before your wedding day.
While you are in Corfu, you will be in touch with your wedding organizer, for all necessary papers for the wedding.
Which area is the best to have our wedding in Corfu?
Corfu is an island known for its rich multicultural heritage, its historic monuments, its cosmopolitan Old Town and its stunning natural landscapes.
On our website weddingingreece.net you will find and read about the most magnificent and dazzling places to have your wedding there.
How can I get more information or contact a wedding planner in Corfu?
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Corfu offers stunning natural beauty, a rich history, and a Mediterranean atmosphere that can make your special day truly magical. Here are some key points to consider when wedding planning on the island of Corfu
A civil wedding in Corfu can become a reality for many couples. Corfu offers stunning natural beauty, a rich history, and a Mediterranean atmosphere that can make your special day truly magical.
See some key points when planning your wedding on the island.
Wedding Venues: Corfu offers a variety of picturesque wedding venues, including beachfront locations, historic villas, and elegant hotels.
Legal Requirements: If you’re planning to have a legally recognized wedding in Kerkyra, you’ll need to comply with Greek marriage laws, including obtaining the necessary documents and certificates.
It’s advisable to work with a local wedding planner or consultant to navigate these requirements.
Wedding Planners: wedding in greece can help you with everything from legal paperwork to vendor selection, event coordination and ensuring a smooth wedding day.
Season: Corfu experiences a Mediterranean climate, with warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The most popular time for weddings is during the late spring, summer, and early autumn when the weather is generally pleasant and sunny.
Accommodation: Ensure your guests have a comfortable stay by booking accommodations in advance. Corfu offers a wide range of options, from luxury resorts to charming boutique hotels and cozy villas.
Transportation: Consider transportation options for you and your guests, as well as for getting to and from your wedding venue. Many couples choose to hire private transportation, such as shuttles or car rentals.
Catering: Greek cuisine is renowned for its delicious flavors. We work with local caterers and create a menu that will include traditional Greek dishes, local specialties, as well as national cuisine.
Entertainment: Enhance your wedding with live music, traditional Greek dancing, and other entertainment options. Corfu has a vibrant local culture, and you can incorporate it into your celebration.
Photography and Videography: Hiring a professional photographer and videographer is essential to capture the beauty of your Corfu wedding. The island’s stunning landscapes and architecture provide a picturesque backdrop.
Local Customs and Traditions: Embrace the local culture by incorporating Greek wedding traditions into your ceremony, such as breaking plates, the “stefana” (wedding crowns), and more.
Marriage Ceremony: You can choose to have your wedding ceremony in various locations, from a picturesque beach to a historic church. Consider the style and atmosphere you desire for your ceremony.
Pre-Wedding Activities: Corfu offers numerous opportunities for pre-wedding activities and excursions, including boat trips, vineyard tours, and visits to historical sites.
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