Sorrento

Situated on a terrace overlooking the breath-taking Amalfi coastline, Sorrento is overflowing with charm and echoes of an ancient past. Pavement cafés and tucked-away antique and craft shops, boutique clothes shops, bustling piazzas; together with the fresh scent of orange and lemon trees have ensured a steady stream of visitors to the town throughout the year and over the centuries. Sorrento typifies Italy’s ‘La Dolce Vita’ and many people fall in love with its sun-drenched, rustic charm, bringing them back time and time again!

The Cloisters of San Francesco
The Cloisters is part of a medieval monastery dating back to the 14th century and offers a truly magical setting with its arches and pillars surrounded by flowers, vines and ornamental trees. You can personalise your ceremony with your own reading(s) and musicians such as a harpist or a traditional Italian guitar and mandolin duo. The open–air courtyard offers amazing acoustics with the venue often hosting classical music events. Following the ceremony you have the opportunity to have your wedding photographs taken in the gardens behind, with the most spectacular backdrop of the Sorrentine peninsula. A photographer’s dream!

Museo Correale
The Museo Correale is located in a 17th century villa, boasting precious period furniture and impressive paintings. If you prefer to get married outdoors the Museo Correale is surrounded by gardens with centuries old trees, plants and a citrus grove.

Villa Fondi – Piano di Sorrento
Villa Fondi offers a Neo-classical & breathtaking backdrop over the Amalfi coast and is perfect for outdoor weddings in Italy. Villa Fondi is also famously known for its historical gardens, perfect for photographs following the ceremony on the cliff top terrace. Villa Fondi is situated in Piano di Sorrento, a 5-10 minute drive from the centre of Sorrento.

All civil ceremonies are roughly 20 minutes long, conducted in Italian and translated into English. Cermonies can be personalised to include music from musicians such as a harpist or a traditional italian guitar and mandolin duo, as well as personalised readings or poetry.

Ceremony Locations

  • Cloisters of San Francesco
  • Villa Fondi
  • Museo Correale