When you travel to the Amalfi Coast, Italy appears in its most romantic side, making the Amalfi Coast the perfect location for a destination wedding. If you are looking for something romantic and with wonderful view you should consider a wedding on the Amalfi Coast. The most famous villages of the area are Positano, Ravello and of course Amalfi that names the whole coast.
Positano is a wedding perfect Italian seaside village either for the town hall for civil weddings on the Amalfi Coast or the Catholic Church in the heart of Positano which are among the most beautiful and loved Italian wedding venues on the Amalfi Coast. Ravello is one of the most culturally rich towns in Italy. Perched on the hills up on the Amalfi Coast, Ravello hides small secret churches, beautiful villas for sea view Italian weddings and charming luxury hotels. All these Italian venues are located in secluded and romantic spots in Ravello, making Ravello the perfect Amalfi Coast wedding location for those wishing an intimate wedding in Italy. Amalfi is the main town and the Grand Duomo is its major masterpiece! There are no other Italian towns and especially on the coast with such a wonderful church for those desiring a real impressive venue for a Catholic wedding on the Amalfi Coast.
Weddings on the Amalfi Coast are also suggested in the small and less touristy towns of Atrani, with the lovely church and the charming cute beach, Atrani, Praiano, Conca dei Marini and Minori. Come and visit the most favous locations for your wedding on the Amalfi Coast. We will be very happy to show you around!
The Greek legends tell that Hercules was once passionately in love with a beautiful nymph named Amalfi. Upon her death, Hercules sought the most beautiful place in the world for her burial ground. So that all might remember her beauty, he gave the place her name. The haunting beauty of the Amalfi coast would make even the most cynical sceptic believe that a plausible truth lies in this myth. Isn't the Amalfi Coast the "perfect" among the wedding locations in Italy?