If you’re planning a wedding abroad for 2019 and beyond, you won’t want to miss this handy guide to the top 10 wedding venues in Spain…
Spain is one of the most popular destinations for couples to celebrate a different and unforgettable wedding. Amongst the numerous advantages of this country, you have the idealistic sunny weather, the food, the people, and of course, the wide variety of wedding venues on offer. Perfect Venue specialise in exclusive and unique, luxury, charming wedding venues in this country. Here, they share the top ten wedding venues in Spain, which are all magical and of differing styles.
This wonderful castle is located in the middle of a Natural Park, just a 15 minute drive from Madrid. Not only is this a charmingly historic building, it is also in an ideal location.
The front of the building is beautiful, it has two crenellated towers and a balcony. The interior is elegantly decorated, and the views of nature are unbeatable when looking out from the extensive gardens and outdoor areas. Furthermore, the venue can accommodate up to 1000 guests, making it the perfect space for large weddings.
This venue is one of the most exclusive wedding spaces in Spain.
This impressive farmhouse can be found in Sant Feliu de Colines, Catalonia. Its unique architecture houses multiple large rooms, decorated with furniture from the early 20th century.
It has a capacity of 300 people, and its selling point for many is the beautiful stone lookout, which offers a beautiful setting for a photoshoot.
Buen Amor Castle
Castle Buen Amor is situated in the province of Salamanca, many centuries of history makes it a charming wedding venue.
Having a ceremony in the garden, with the beautiful castle in the background makes for an unforgettable celebration. Furthermore, the venue has 40 rooms for your guests to stay in.
Jardines de Alfabia (The gardens of Alfabia)
We now turn our attention to the beautiful island of Mallorca, where we can find the beautiful Jardines de Alfabia, an open-air venue where a tropical vegetation will leave you speechless. Getting married amongst palm trees, water lily ponds, pergolas and majestic trees can be an unforgettable option.
The farm also boasts a beautiful house with interiors decorated with differing styles, however it still achieves a completely balanced look. The inside of the venue can hold about 250 people, and the outside has a capacity of up to 600 people.
This castle is located at the top of a hill in Andalucia, offering spectacular views. If you choose to celebrate your wedding in this fortress, you are immediately choosing to move to the Middle Ages, thanks to its towers, courtyard, stairs and more.
This castle has been used as a setting to film the famous Game of Thrones, making it a unique and very exclusive space!
Hotel María Cristina
In the first few decades of the 20th century, lots of celebrities spent their holidays in the city of San Sebastián, staying at the luxurious María Cristina Hotel.
Nowadays, it is one of the most glamorous wedding venues in Spain, perfect for celebrating weddings inspired by the times when luxury and elegance were most important. Furthermore, it is next to San Sebastián’s beautiful beach, and the centre of this emblematic northern Spanish city.
This 13th century palace can be found 25km from Madrid. It is an old fortress, today known as a Historical and Artistic Heritage. Its indoor and outdoor spaces allow couples to celebrate weddings with 100-1000 guests.
The food offered at this beautiful palace is exquisite, thanks to the running of prestigious chef Miguel Ángel Amo.
Casa de la Seda (House of Seda)
If you like urban weddings, this space is perfect for you, because it is located in the city of Barcelona, but inside you will feel like you have escaped from all of the noise.
It’s an old silk house, with interiors decorated with works of art, magnificent pieces of wood, and walls covered with silk. It is perfect for intimate weddings as it has a capacity of up to 100 people.
This palace is situated in one of the most beautiful regions of Spain: Asturias. This 15th century historical building has been declared an Asset of Cultural Interest with a Monument category and it is surrounded by a beautiful oak forest.
The palace has spaces for both civil and religious weddings, which can take place in its beautiful chapel. The interior is full of artwork, antique furniture and magnificent pieces of porcelain.
Carmen de los Chapiteles
This restaurant overlooks the beautiful city of the Alhambra in Granada. It is framed within a palace house with Nasrid-style gardens, and original coffered ceilings.
Success is guaranteed, thanks to the amazing food on offer. The surroundings and the spectacular views make this one of the most frequently visited and admired places in the world.