Isle of Capri civil weddings
Capri with its 800 species of plant life has been likened to a "garden perched on a rugged chunk of limestone". Its cliffs, which have been cut and ravaged by time into fantastic shapes create an unusual and dramatic landscape. Among the first to be captivated by the beauty of Capri were the Romans. Augustus, smitten by its splendour, exchanged the island for Ischia whilst Tiberius spent the last years of his life here.
One of the most famous sights of the island is the Grotto Azzurro, an extraordinary vivid blue which can be reached by boat from Marina Grande. In spring and summer glorious flowers grow everywhere and provide a most delightful profusion of colour. Several hundreds species of flora may be reviewed in the Gardens of Augustus, founded by Caesar himself.
Civil weddings are performed at the local Town Hall, an beautiful government Palace located in the famous Piazzetta, home of the jet set. The marriage hall is in Mediterranean Style, is simple but lovely and it is overlooks the main square and inner courtyard
The marriage hall can hold up to 30/40 people.
Just civil weddings are allowed. Possibility to enrich the ceremony with poems, readings and personal vows. Performed in Italian with translator
Any classical music.
Spouses should arrive in Capri at least 2 days prior the wedding.
Best time of the year
From April to October