If you haven’t thought of having your dream wedding on a Mediterranean island and maybe getting married in Cyprus, then it’s high time you put your thinking cap on. Blessed with 340 days of sunshine a year, warm hospitality, and the possibility of a wedding not as expensive as in the UK, Cyprus should be high on your wedding venue list. Maybe it’s time to seriously look at the pros and cons of getting married in Cyprus.Porsche Specialist Cyprus Nicosia
You’ll want to order good weather for your wedding. So, first of all, let’s look at the year-round weather in Cyprus – summers are hot from May to October; the island cools down from October until December but still enjoys lots of sun with little rain, and you’ll find an average of around six hours of sun per day during December and January. Secondly, you’ll need to rent an apartment in Cyprus or maybe a large family villa in Cyprus that can accommodate all your wedding entourage.
This Mediterranean island is very popular for weddings – it’s not as difficult or as expensive to get married in Cyprus as you might imagine. The ease of organising a wedding in Cyprus is evidenced by the number of wedding planners on the island who can arrange a traditional church service wedding (Anglican and Roman Catholic) in a magnificent venue; an intimate civil gathering; a beach wedding; or a dream wedding in a luxury hotel which has its own chapel.
Wedding planners will offer a variety of wedding packages as well as a tailor-made wedding service if you wish, and you can also choose from a diversity of venues for your reception… ranging from a traditional feast in a village taverna to a sophisticated banquet in a lavish hotel. Whether you have limited funds available or the sky’s the limit, you’ll find expert wedding planners in Cyprus to hold your hand all the way to the aisle. And should you want to be filmed all the way to the aisle, then there are wedding video specialists available who will supply beautiful wedding videos edited onto high-quality DVD.
To start the ball rolling, if you’re thinking of getting married on this Mediterranean island, consider these Cyprus towns for your wedding venue:
PROTARAS is blessed with calm and crystal-clear sea as the area is protected from the wind. There’s a great choice of shops, restaurants and nightclubs, and a lovely sandy beach (Fig Tree Bay).
AYIA NAPA is a lively resort, yet still retains its history and tradition. Beaches here have gorgeous golden sand and the water is a clear blue.
LARNACA makes a good base from which to explore the central and eastern section of Cyprus. It is where the main International Airport is located. In this region you’ll find a palm-lined seafront and Larnaca town bustling with cafes, tavernas, bars and shops.
PAPHOS is a cosmopolitan holiday resort with a medieval fort and pleasant harbour. In this region, you’ll enjoy sea, mountains and many archaeological sites. This is the region where the ancient Greek Goddess of Love, Aphrodite, once wandered and where she was believed to have risen from the waves.
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