We know how to look for the ideal place for the wedding you fancy. Sometimes, selecting a place can be overwhelming and a trusted advice can be precious.
Think of Tuscany, the Amalfi Coast, Puglia, Rome, Venice, Sicily, Sardinia… We could keep on listing many others but making an exhaustive list of venues in Italy is not conceivable as we are always on the look for new gems.
Let our expert team delight all of your senses and grant everyone at your big day an everlasting memory of it.
If your idea of the memorable Italian wedding entails rolling hills as far as the eye can see and grazing lands that stretch all around you, take note of our proposals.
We are born and raised here and this is our homeland spotted with farmhouses, vineyards, olive groves, grand estates, castles and villas. This Italian countryside choice is as romantic a venue as one can imagine.
Another option could be to continue your love story in one of Italy’s most loved towns where you can also experience the nightlife as part of your celebration.
But even if desire a more traditional destination wedding venue, our numerous proposals will eventually meet the ideal location for you and your partner.
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Whether you crave the pleasing scent of a sea breeze or the mystic history of a lake or you can’t do without a sunset where dancing colours play gently on the moving body of water, then you need to book a venue by the water. Italy offers a wide variety of seaside venues, exotic beaches, cliffs, lakes, shore terraces and even you can think of a wedding on a boat!
f you need crispy and pure air, maybe a rugged adventure on the mountains, STWP can take you above and beyond expectations by offering multiple solutions with breathtaking landscapes, luxury or rural hotels with SPA and Thermal Springs.
Italy is a treasure chest of extraordinary places. Towns, monuments and other incredible hidden gems will wait for you to discover and fall in love with them.
Astonishing locations are expecting you. Just few examples could be the following ones: Bagno Vignoni (a small medieval town born around a thermal springs site), Abbazia San Galgano (a roofless walls Gothic style 13th-century Abbey church still standing), Monteriggioni (a medieval walled town, located on a natural hillock) Civita di Bagnoregio (The dying town, only reachable crossing a long bridge), Sassi di Matera (a district well-known for its ancient cave dwellings inhabited since the Paleolithic period), Trullo (a gnome-like traditional Apulian dry stone hut with a conical roof).