A Beautiful Wedding Venue in Italy - Clifftop Villa on the Amalfi Coast

There is plenty of good quality hotel and B&B accommodation nearby, as the wedding villa in the Amalfi Coast does not offer rooms. It is, however, one of the few private wedding halls in the area that can cater for over 100 guests allowing you to bring lots of family and friends with you to celebrate in the warm Italian sunshine. Where will our marriage take place? Catholic ceremonies are held in the local Parish church, just a short walk away. Civil ceremonies take place in the local Town Hall, also just a stroll away. Symbolic or other religious ceremonies are set in the garden of the villa in the Amalfi Coast. Your Wedding Reception With a selection of lovely spaces, the wedding villa with a panoramic view is a beautiful wedding location to set all the aspects of your wedding day celebrations. The park has lots of spaces for a welcoming cocktail reception, and your guests will be captivated by the lush garden with its colorful displays of flowers. If you are planning to have an outdoor wedding reception, the terrace with its breathtaking views out to sea is an amazing setting to say your vows to each other. The marquee or the spacious indoor rooms are perfect for your wedding dinner and evening reception. You and your guests can celebrate as you watch the sunset and enjoy an evening spent dancing under the stars. This lovely, clifftop wedding villa, with its amazing views over the Mediterranean in the Amalfi Coast, is a fantastic venue for a wedding in Italy. To find out more about how you might plan your wedding here, contact us using the form on the right. You may submit as many requests for information as you want from individual venue pages, and we will send you details about all of them.

Venue Code: 413

Venue Accomodation: Hotel and B&B nearby (walking distance)

Maximum Venue Capacity: 150

Ceremonies Available:
Catholic Ceremony: in the Parish Church (walking distance)
Civil Ceremony: Town Hall (walking distance)
Symbolic or protestant ceremonies: at the Villa’s garden