Beautiful Sorrento was made for romance, so why not write your own love story and tie the knot in Italy.
One of Italy's most popular resorts, its temperate climate, scenic coastal setting and charming town have been attracting visitors for over 200 years.
At the town centre lies the Piazza Tasso, a friendly, bustling square filled with bars and restaurants. Cobbled streets and alleyways interlace the old historic quarter, with its cathedral and fine old mansions. The Via Comunale is lined with majestic trees and colourful flower beds, stretching towards a seaside terrace with sweeping views of the Bay of Naples. Marina Piccola, the city's port, lies to the north east of the old centre.
The peak of Mount Vesuvius is visible from most places. Sorrento is not only an attraction in itself, but serves as an ideal base for visiting nearby sights: the picturesque villages of the rugged Amalfi coastline, Naples and the ancient sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum are all within easy reach. If you fancy a full day out, why not treat yourselves to a day trip to Rome and soak up what one of the world’s greatest cities has to offer.
The climate of Southern Italy can be very hot in the height of summer and, although refreshing coastal breezes tend to moderate the temperatures, spring and autumn months are cooler and ideal for sightseeing.
You could get married in one of the many beautiful hotels in Sorrento, but you could also consider the charming Cloisters of San Francesco or the picturesque Town Hall as the venue for exchanging your vows.
A typical wedding package includes:
- Wedding ceremony
- Wedding venue
- Wedding Coordinator
- Marriage Certificate
- Translation of UK documents
- Bouquet & buttonhole
- Sparkling wine for the bride & groom
There is an impressive selection of properties located across Sorrento, all offering comfortable accommodation with modern facilities and distinctive Italian decor. The majority offer half board but self-catering, bed & breakfast and all-inclusive deals are also available.