Why Portugal, of all places, to get married? I could give you countless reasons... I could. But I’ll give you only 5. The ones I truly cherish. Hopefully, after getting married here, you will too.
250 DAYS OF SUNSHINE A YEAR
Portugal is not only one of the most peaceful places in Europe, it’s also one of the sunniest. Getting married during winter means putting up with rain, cold or snow. Not in Portugal, where it’s likely to be sunny, making your big day that tiny bit more special.
TRADITION AND HISTORY
Who wouldn’t want to be married in a palace? Or in centuries-old buildings steeped in history and long-lost memories? Portugal’s splendid venues and locations are waiting just for you, the perfect witness to your union.
2,000 KM OF COASTLINE
Make yours an unforgettable wedding by finding the perfect venue on over 2,000 km of coastline. Wriggle your toes on white sandy beaches or tie the knot in a chapel overlooking the Atlantic ocean.
FOOD: SPOILT FOR CHOICE
Where to start? Incredible seafood and meat dishes, Douro and Alentejo wines (Portugal’s best kept secret!). Let’s not forget about the famous Pastel de nata, washed down with a cheeky glass of Ginginha. And it doesn’t stop here: Portugal has a varied cuisine that satisfies even the most demanding of palates. So sit down and tuck in: you’ll never want to leave the table again.
SIMPLY PUT, WE’RE REALLY NICE PEOPLE.
We’re happy people, really. And we want to show you how easy it is to fall in love with our country and some of its hidden pearls. Let us be your proud hosts on such a special day. Welcome to Portugal, where we’re all smiles and hugs.
“We hold Rita and her work in considerable respect, and she lived up to our expectations.
We both work in demanding jobs, and spend plenty of time travelling for work. We wanted to offer our guests – and ourselves, that goes without saying – an outstanding, flawless event.
We were always kept up to speed about any developments and involved in the decisions, we felt reassured that everything was being tackled in the best way possible. We weren’t worried in the least.”