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DESTINATION WEDDINGS IN POSITANO Celebrate an Italian wedding in the legendary coastal resort of Positano, which is said to have been founded by Neptune, God of the Sea. The picture postcard setting of this village, coupled with the lovely surrounding countryside have made it a magnet for the European élite for centuries. The film director Zefferelli is just one of many celebrities to own a nearby villa.

WEDDINGS IN POSITANO Positano is surrounded by verdant mountains, and three ancient guard towers still remain. The village's brightly colored houses and vertical structure make it almost impossibly picturesque, and the panoramic views are breathtaking.
  • There are two main beaches in Positano, Spiaggia Grande, which is located directly in front of the village, and the larger Spiaggia del Fornillo. Both are ideal for enjoying the mild, sunny climate and relaxing without a care in the world. In the early 20th century, many artists found a refuge in Positano, and the village retains its atmosphere of calm to this day.
  • Handmade clothes and shoes have long since been a specialty of the village, and Positano boasts a collection of small, elegant boutiques which are a delight to explore - and the perfect place to purchase beautiful souvenirs of your time here.
  • Another great pleasure of Positano is dining out in one of the village's many classy restaurants, or simply relaxing with an espresso or cappuccino in a quiet café, watching the world go by.
  • Head just down the coast to the east, and you will come upon the fashionable resort of Praiano, which is even smaller than Positano. Like its neighbor, Praiano also offers spectacular views and chic shops.
  • Countless visitors have fallen in love with Positano over the years. What better way to discover this beautiful resort than to get married there?

WEDDING LOCATIONS IN ITALY Find the most unique and unforgettable luxury wedding venues throughout Italy: castles, villas, palaces in the most stunning italian locations. If you’re not sure where to start or if there’s something specific you’d like to discuss, then please do get in touch.

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"And they lived happily ever after."
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