Unleashing the Beauty of Spain for Your Dream Wedding:
The Ultimate Guide to Getting Married in Spain
Spain is a country that boasts picturesque landscapes and scenic destinations, making it an ideal place for couples who want to exchange their vows in an intimate and unique wedding setting. With its diverse landscapes and vibrant cities, Spain has something to offer to everyone, making it one of the most sought-after wedding destinations in Europe.
From Madrid to Barcelona to Girona to Bilbao, this vibrant country is perfect for your destination wedding. Whether you're looking for a rustic wedding on Mallorca, the best tapas in Barcelona, or adventures in the Balearic Islands, Spain is the place to be.
So, what makes Spain a popular wedding destination? Let's find out!
The Diversity of Spain
Spain has a range of landscapes that cater to different preferences and personalities. From the mystical mountains of Sierra Nevada to the sparkling seas of the Canary Islands, Spain truly has something for everyone. Whether you're an adventure-seeker or prefer a more chilled trip to one of the beautiful cities, there's something for you in Spain.
The Food Scene
Spain is famous for its delicious food, and what better way to celebrate your special day than by indulging in the best cuisine that the country has to offer? From exploring the food scene in Ibiza to eating the best tapas in Barcelona, your taste buds will be tantalized by the flavors of Spain.
The Scenic Cities
Spain is not just about scenic landscapes but also boasts some of the most beautiful cities in Europe. From Malaga, Cadiz, Seville, and Valencia, each city has its unique charm and character that will leave you enchanted.
Top Places to Get Married in Spain
Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic islands in the Mediterranean sea, and one of our favorite places in Spain. Mallorca is a great island to drive around. It’s home to dramatic mountains and picturesque cliffs, all with winding roads passing through. There are so many beautiful venues that wait for you to be discovered and we truly believe that getting married on Mallorca is absolutely amazing.
Barcelona is filled with cool neighbourhoods, whether cool to you means hidden art galleries, cocktail bars, designer boutiques or hipster hangouts. Choose from bohemian Gràcia, hip El Born, trendy Poblenou and edgy Raval, among others. Barcelona is surely one of the most wanted places for a destination wedding in Spain. So stop dreaming and start planning your elopement in Barcelona.
Ibiza is an island of blue-skied paradise and rich Mediterranean history. From the fig and olive trees lining the stone pathways of the Old Town, to the stylish beach clubs set into beautiful hidden coves, to the glamourous yachts sailing the dazzling Mediterranean waters, this cosmopolitan island combines spirituality, history and bohemian living with world-class music culture.
While Formentera has all the natural landmarks of a Balearic island – pine forests, rustic countryside, sparkling sea and rocky coastline dotted with picturesque sandy beaches – the landscape is more untouched than that of its sister isle. The landscapes here are beyond beautiful and we can highly recommend to visit this beautiful piece of land. Unspoiled. Rugged. Raw. Wild. Windswept. Formentera makes a beautiful backdrop for your elopement.
Seville is the artistic, cultural, and financial capital of southern Spain. It’s a city full of architecture, history, and vibrant life.
This city is such an adventurous place and perfect if you look to get married in an ancient and beautiful city. And of course, experience the best of Flamenco along with trying as many flavors of tapas you can find (to be eaten with wine of course).
In the south of the island, you can visit the ravine of Barranco de Guayadeque, with steep cliffs and the characteristic palm trees of Gran Canaria. Also in the south, are the dunes of Maspalomas, a huge area of golden sand that looks like a desert, but is a magnificent beach. Meanwhile, in the centre of the island stand Pozo de las Nieves and Roque Nublo, two peaks offering excellent views. From there you can even see the neighbouring island of Tenerife. And to the northwest you can visit a volcanic crater, the Bandama Caldera.
Andalusia is a massive region in the South of Spain known for sprawling mountain regions, pristine beaches along the Costa del Sol and stunning Moorish architecture. It’s quickly becoming one of the most popular places of getting married in Spain thanks to its beautiful weather and wide variety of wedding venues and things to see and do. There are so many cities like Seville, Granada, Malaga and Cadiz that make the perfet spot for your wedding in Spain.
Fuerteventura is the jewel of the Canaries. It’s quieter than nearby Tenerife or Gran Canaria, allowing you to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of undeveloped beaches. It lies on the same latitude as Florida and Mexico so the climate is pleasant all year round. The name translates to “strong fortune” in English and it’s a perfect wedding destination because of its long white sandy beaches and epic, black volcanic landscapes.
Spain: The ideal destination for a dream wedding
Spain truly is a country that has it all, and what better way to celebrate your special day than by getting married in this beautiful country? With its diverse landscapes, vibrant cities, and delicious food, Spain is the perfect place for an intimate and unique wedding.
So, if you're looking for inspiration for your wedding in Spain, we hope this guide has helped you find the perfect place for your dream wedding.