Wedding in Italy


The wedding day is one of the most important days in a couple’s life and should therefore be one of the most memorable. So couples wanting to create that special memory are choosing to tie the knot abroad, picking Italy for their wedding destination.

The perfect Wedding in Italy is easier with the support of a stable and acknowledged wedding planning agency.

A professional team follows the foreign couple for their wedding in Italy, designed perfectly to provide memories that will last a lifetime to the smallest detail: the choice of the venue for the civil ceremony at the town hall or the religious one in the church, the purchase of the dress to the finest selection of the reception halls.

Getting married in Italy offers the possibility to choose among some of the most beautiful locations in the world. Over the years we have selected the best locations for weddings where you can celebrate the civil ceremony directly on site and the most romantic churches near castles or reception halls, in Italy (Lake Como, Lake Maggiore, Amalfi Coast, Florence, Ligurian coast , Verona and Venice) and especially in Apulia.

Getting married in Apulia adds a touch of magic to the celebration of marriage: ancient gastronomic traditions, breathtaking landscapes and cities full of unique works of art.

Apulia offers many alternatives to those who choose to get married in this beautiful region: castles, farms, estates, headlands overlooking the sea, sumptuous villas surrounded by olive trees or suggestive beaches for a wedding with civil ceremony and a wedding banquet in seashore!

For those who prefer to stay in the traditional, the choice is wide and the farms or castles scattered throughout the territory are the ideal settings for a fairytale wedding. For a rustic wedding, a ceremony in the courtyard of a farmhouse. For a dazzling wedding ceremony, a roof terrace with spectacular views …

For a more traditional solution, there are thousands of small churches and chapels in Apulia where you can celebrate your religious marriage. Of extraordinary charm, the Basilica of San Nicola di Bari, a masterpiece of Romanesque art. It is also possible to have your wedding in a charming farmhouse or in one of the luxurious ancient stone houses of Apulia called Trulli, to live a fascinating experience thanks to the unique atmosphere, culture and traditions present. To ensure the success of your wedding in Apulia will also be the excellent food and a selection of the best wines from Apulia.

For those who dream of “his day” in perfect traditional style, for those who would like to dare but still have no clear ideas, for those who already imagine “how it will be” but still do not know “how it will do” for those who consider it essential to be fair-trade even in weddings, for those who would like an exotic destination as the background of the ceremony, for those who simply would like to entrust to professionals the organizational phase and enjoy only the best of their “big day”.

We are a team of professionals convinced that “value” is the result of skills, experiences, peculiarities and perceptions that join towards a common goal line: excellence.

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Location wedding in Apulia

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In Apulia, it is possible to have a Catholic marriage service, of any other religion, or a symbolic marriage. But the wonderful thing is that, regardless of the place, you can have a marriage that is legally valid, so it will be recognized as an official in your home country.

Apulia allows you to satisfy any dream or desire thanks to the possibility of choosing the most suitable location for your wedding: Masseria, Beach, Trullo, Church, Hotel and Castle.

The following are municipal locations for civil ceremony in Apulia: Polignano a Mare – Pino Piscali Museum, Monopoli – Municipal castle, Locorotondo – Villa Ferragnano, Locorotondo – Villa Mitolo, Alberobello – Trullo museum of the territory, Ostuni – Town Hall, Mola di Bari – Castello, Sannicandro di Bari – Castle.


The Pino Pascali museum, located in Polignano a Mare, is the only foundation dedicated to contemporary art in Apulia. The structure houses a permanent collection of the Polignanese artist flanked by temporary exhibitions. The foundation celebrates an artist who has made the experience of play the manifesto of his art: inside the building you can see photos and drawings of the master’s autographs, alongside works by other contemporary artists.


The Castle of Monopoli, built on the strip of land more advanced than the sea, was part of the coastal fortification system, wanted by Charles V in Apulia. The castle has a pentagonal shape, typical of the sixteenth-century forts, but it seems to have incorporated a pre-existing cylindrical tower, of Roman form, which gives a singular relief to the entrance and to the façade itself. The undergrounds are also incorporated, including the ancient Basilian church of San Nicola della Pinna, which has become the church of the fortress.


The ancient Masseria Ferragnano, home of the LAG Valle d’Itria, in the mid-nineteenth century was inhabited by the owner Giovanni Caramia who donated it to the City for the education of the poor. The structure is flanked by a recently restored chapel, an Italian garden and large greenhouses..


Locorotondo rises linda and silent on the top of a hill that surrounds the last murgian buttresses of Bari. Harmoniously rounded as the toponym itself suggests, Locorotondo owes its name to the morphology assumed by the first inhabited center, built around a thousand. The first houses of a village made up of farmers were built on a plateau equipped, leaning against each other, circular, as if to wreath a crown that land torn oak woods and fragments to make it cultivable and productive.


The museum of the territory of Alberobello stands in a place of great cultural and environmental importance, the “Murgia dei trulli e delle Grotte”. It consists of the largest complex of contiguous and communicating trulli (fifteen) that can be visited in Alberobello, the oldest of which date back to the 18th century. The museum center, a perfect example of the construction tradition of dry trulli, was born from the desire to preserve and narrate the history of the area of ​​the Trulli district, recognized by UNESCO in 1996 as an artistic heritage of worldwide interest.


Ostuni is the city of panoramas par excellence. At each window there is a vista to behold, at a restaurant there is a poet who scans the plains below where olive trees sway in the breeze. All Ostuni houses, walls, windows, doors and stairs are painted pure white to protect against the sun. It is often referred to as the “Pearl City”. The Town Hall creates an imposing statement and backdrop to this unique ancient town.


The castle was built by order of Charles I of Anjou between 1278 and 1281 to defend the south-Bari coast from frequent raids by pirates. After scrupulous restoration work carried out very well, the castle appears today splendid and proud, a sign of the powerful identity of Mola di Bari. The original east access with a lowered arch, hypogeum routes, an evocative panoramic terrace, the west curtain have been recovered. Some of the rooms on the ground and first floors are today fascinating locations for conferences and other important cultural and artistic events.


The medieval castle rises in the middle of the historic area of ​​Sannicandro di Bari. It consists of two distinct walls built between different ages by the Byzantines and the Swabians. It is considered a castle defended by the Saracen invasions placed in 1916 to guard the populations of the village of Sannicandro. Once the fortress was equipped with eight towers of fortification of which only six survive, while the Norman-Swabian architecture, in addition to two magnificent portals that retain respectively one the holes for which passed the chains of the drawbridge and the other the emblem of the Grimaldi princes, the Falconeria premises remain.

The following are private locations for symbolic ceremonies: Ostuni – Masseria Cervarolo, Fasano – Masseria Marzalossa, Fasano – Borgo Egnazia, Monopoli / Capitolo – Lido Sabbiadoro, Monopoli – Villa Meo Evoli.


Masseria Cervarolo is a farmhouse with trulli, renovated, elevated in the sixteenth century, on a hill of 250mt overlooking a vast and fertile plain at 6km from Ostuni. Attached to the farm, dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows (1798), there is a small church with a splendid polychromatic Baroque altar and numerous frescoes.

At Masseria Cervarolo legends are linked that have made it a place of pilgrimage for those who are looking for serenity. It is also said that, in the area of ​​the farm, spring arrives a few weeks in advance.


The Masseria Marzalossa, built in the seventeenth century, is part of the historic houses of Apulia, restored with great care, is a unique place to relax and unwind between centuries-old olive trees and ancient stone walls, in unspoiled nature. Marzalossa in past centuries has been for long periods a place of residence for religious and prelates of which there are many testimonies. The religious united the meditation and the prayer with the care of the countryside and the majestic olive trees still today in full production.


Featuring a traditional Apulian architecture and a scenic location in the Mediterranean, Borgo Egnazia Hotel offers 4 swimming pools and a 1,800 m² spa. Surrounded by extensive Arab-style gardens and dry stone walls, it offers 3 tennis courts and a private beach in Savelletri, 1.5 km away. Guests can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine on the outdoor terrace overlooking the sea, or under typical vaulted white stone ceilings. Drinks and cocktails are served on the beach or in the elegant indoor bar.


Coccaro beach club, with exclusive restaurant on the sea, able to combine tradition with innovation, a beach of fine sand, surrounded by centuries-old dunes and the scents of the Mediterranean that enhance the atmosphere. 5-star luxury lounge, palm trees, white linen curtains, sculpture couches, soft cushions, hemp rugs, antique lanterns. A St. Tropez-style teak deck that guarantees access to all areas of the beach club. It is characterized by a Large Cover with white wooden beams for complete repair even in case of adverse weather.


Natural child of a “made in Puglia” light: among innovative services and refined furnishings, an incomparable backdrop is revealed in which the natural colors that the sea has given us are exhibited. Sabbiadoro is the touch of the refined efficiency of those who ensure a considerate and courteous service. The National Institute for Tourist Research and the Chamber of Commerce, which has assigned the prestigious “Ospitalità Italiana” brand to the establishment, attest to the quality of this structure. A place where the emotions of the traditional banquet are combined with the fun of the beach party.


Villa Meo Evoli, built in the 18th century, is a patrician residence in the neoclassical-Palladian style, classified as being of national interest by the Superintendence of Architectural Heritage. There is also an Italian-style garden full of fountains, in which there is a private swimming pool and archaeological finds from the Roman period. The main floor of the Villa houses a sumptuous decorative apparatus comprising tempera paintings and frescoes of neoclassical style, which gracefully and elegantly cover walls and vaults. The spaces are typical of the true and ancient buildings with trulli, with all the merits (cool and absolute silence, incredible charm).

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The Basilica that houses the relics of St. Nicholas stands majestically in the old city of Bari. The style is Romanesque, meaning that it has a massive and sober appearance, characteristic of Norman architecture. However, it should not be forgotten that it is not a church built from scratch, but a temple built on the area of ​​the Catapano’s residence (the Greek-Byzantine governor of Southern Italy between 968 and 1071) and therefore with substantial reuse of material of the previous building. This is why even talented scholars have not found an agreement on the construction phases.

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Italy location weddings

Unique sets for the ceremony, multiple proposals for the reception, the whole of Italy puts at the disposal of the couple, everything they could wish for …

At Holly Tour we can organize your wedding, as well as in Apulia, even in some of the most beautiful wedding locations in Italy.

The following are municipal locations for civil ceremony in Italy:

AMALFI COAST: Amalfi – Salone Morelli, Positano – Town Hall Terrace, Sorrento – Cloister of San Francesco, Rovello – Gardens “Principessa di Piemonte”

FLORENCE: Sala Rossa, Sala del Lorenzo, Giardino delle Rose, Sala del Cinquecento

VENICE: Palazzo Cavalli, Sala Consiglio – Cà Loredan, Sala Cuoi d’Oro – Cà Vendramin

VERONA: Chapel of the Notaries, Juliet’s House

The following are locations that private individuals have made available to the Municipalities also for the celebration of the civil and / or symbolic ceremony:

LIGURIAN COAST: Villa San Giacomo, Castello Brown, Villa Nobel

LAKE COMO: Garden of Villa Olmo, Terrace of Villa Carlotta – Sala Azzurra, Terrace of Villa Cipressi, Loggia di Villa Balbianello – Library

LAKE MAGGIORE: Council Chamber of Stresa, Pescatori island

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