Portugal is still an unknown paradise. Amazing weather, good food, stunning landscapes and nice people. All you need to know to get married in Portugal !
Lisbon, Porto or Algarve?
Three very different options but three equally awesome ones. Discover the specificities of each Portuguese regions.
North Portugal: Oporto
The city is, at the same time, contemporary and creative. This can be seen in its streets, its architectures , its monuments and museums. The venues are stunning and offer the best of the three worlds: amazing food, great wine and unbelievable views on the Douro, golden river protected by the gods where they claim the first vineyard was built! Organizing your wedding in Oporto is being sure to have a wonderful ceremony followed by an unforgettable reception.
South Portugal: Faro and the Algarve
It is Europe’s most famous secret. Sunlight, heat and the vibrant colours of the landscape. Everything in the Algarve is a source of energy. Offering you the chance to recharge your batteries. The people of the Algarve have mixed freely with other cultures for many centuries and have long been used to welcoming visitors. Perhaps this is why people always have fond memories of the Algarve. A wedding in Algarve is just that, a moment that will be in everyone’s memories forever!
Central Portugal: Lisbon
The almost constant presence of sunshine and the River Tagus transforms the Portuguese capital into a mirror of a thousand colours – highlighting the city’s unique architecture and beauty. Its leisure spaces, its esplanades and its shopping areas which run from the traditional to the modern and exclusive. If you choose to get married in Lisbon, we can certainly wow you with all the different combinations this wonderful city can offer you.
This is what seduced us in all the venues we selected. Familial Quintas, resorts on the beach, vineyards with stunning views on the Douro, ideally located in the middle of the world oldest wine-producing region.
Portugal enjoys one of the most stable and sunny climates in the world, incredible views and venues. Portugal’s cuisine is as rich and varied as its landscape. The most distinctive feature of Portuguese cuisine comes from the sea.
Besides, the whole country produces wine and, while Porto wine is famous, the Douro, Alentejo and many other wines are no less superior.