To wedding venues in Sicily

Wedding in Palermo

With typical Mediterranean character and plenty of coastal appeal, Palermo dates back as far as the 8th century and is today known for many different things, such as its endless Norman buildings, magnificent palaces and lively local markets.
The city is rich in works of art as Byzantine, Arab, and Norman influence are combined in many buildings.
To the first-time visitor, Palermo is a city of ever-changing character.


Wedding in Erice

With a typical Mediterranean climate, this town is shaped like an equilateral triangle; it is quite hot during the summer months and pleasant during winters.
Any time is suitable for a visit here.
Erice, a former important Elimi city, was initially known as Eryx, named after the Greek mythical hero, Eryx.

Your Wedding in Erice will be unique and unforgettable!


Wedding in Agrigento

Besides these testimonies of antiquity, there are also buildings from both the medieval and Baroque periods which are well worth seeing.
Agrigento is situated on Sicily's southern coast, and the town's Valley of the Temples (Valle dei Templi) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the greatest legacies of ancient Greece.
This parade of well-preserved Doric temples, just outside town, dates back to the fifth century BC and is what remains of the Greek city of Akragas.

Your wedding in Agrigento will be unique and unforgettable!


Wedding in Taormina

Taormina really seems to be born as a holiday resort since past times, when ancient people like the Sicels, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Saracens, Arabs, Normans and Spaniards chose it as their residential site thanks to its favorable position, mild climate and magic atmosphere.



The largest island of the Mediterranean is simply fascinating. Separated from the Italian peninsula by the strait of Messina, it seems to have a bit of everything, from important mountain ranges - Peloritani, Nebrodi, Madonie, Iblei – to a wonderful coastline and a group of satellite islets such as the Eolie, Lipari, Ustica, Egadi, the isle of Pantelleria and the Pelagie.

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