Luxury Weddings in Greece

Luxury weddings in Greece can be much cheaper than even an ordinary wedding back home. A specialist company such as Ionian Weddings offers complete packages, and not just in the Ionian Islands. One of the most popular Greek wedding destinations is Santorini, where the company can provide a wide range of options.

Couple getting married at the Maltese hotel on Santorini in GreeceLuxury wedding at the Maltese on Santorini (c) Ionian Weddings

Luxury Santorini Wedding

One of the most luxurious options is to make an exclusive booking at Santorini’s chic La Maltese boutique hotel. This 5-star estate villa sleeps up to 24 guests and can be booked for an entire wedding party, including use of its deluxe spa, its two plunge pools, and its sensational views over the Santorini caldera.

A wedding table laid out at the Maltese hotel on Santorini in GreeceLuxury wedding at the Maltese on Santorini (c) Ionian Weddings

Ionian Weddings can arrange for your wedding party to take over the entire property for three days for around £14,000. This also includes a personal wedding planner, the wedding ceremony, the reception for 20 guests with buffet and wine, the wedding cake, a photographer, flowers, champagne, and a DJ in the evening.

A wedding party at the Maltese hotel on Santorini in GreeceLuxury wedding at the Maltese on Santorini (c) Ionian Weddings

Other Santorini Wedding Options

Santorini has a wealth of locations to choose from, for the perfect wedding setting. You can get married on one of its famous black volcanic sand beaches, in an old Greek chapel, in a Santorini winery (and the island’s wines are very good), or have a Jewish wedding in Santorini’s Synagogue.

Other Greek Island Wedding Options

Given that the average cost of a wedding in the UK is now said to be about £20,000, a wedding package in Greece, starting at £2,500, is an attractive alternative. Ionian Weddings offers luxury venues on numerous islands, including of course all of the Ionian Islands with some of the lesser-known but idyllic smaller islands available too.

The full list of Ionian island wedding options is Corfu, Paxos, Meganissi, Lefkas, Kefalonia, Ithaca, and Zakynthos. Over in the Aegean you can get married on Skiathos, Rhodes, Kos, Santorini, Mykonos, Amorgos, Samos, Thassos and Crete, as well as in Cyprus.

On Crete, for example, you can get married on a beach, in an old chapel, in a luxury hotel, on a privately-chartered yacht, and even on the former leper colony Spinalonga, setting for the best-selling novel, The Island

Some Greek Island Wedding Ideas

Ionian Weddings has several Greek island wedding venue options that stand out from the rest, including the only private beach in Greece (on Zakynthos), an underground lake on Kefalonia, the Fanari Lighthouse (also on Kefalonia), and the staggeringly grand Achilleion Palace (Corfu), built in 1890 for the Empress of Austria.

Arranging Luxury Weddings in Greece
Any of the above ideas, and many more, can be discussed and arranged through the Ionian Weddings website

Enjoy this page? Please pay it forward. Here's how...

Would you prefer to share this page with others by linking to it?

  1. Click on the HTML link code below.
  2. Copy and paste it, adding a note of your own, into your blog, a Web page, forums, a blog comment, your Facebook account, or anywhere that someone would find this page valuable.

Latest Posts

  1. Nobel Foundation Returns Mycenaean Gold Ring to Greece

    An ancient gold ring dating back to Mycenaean times was recently returned to Greece by Sweden’s Nobel Foundation, according to an announcement of the Greek Culture Ministry. The Mycenaean signet ring…

    Read More

  2. Greece’s Kastellorizo to Host 1st Rock Solid Trail Race in June

    Kastellorizo, one of Greece’s smallest islands located in the Dodecanese, is getting ready to host the 1st Rock Solid island trail race, scheduled to take place during June 11-12.

    Read More

  3. EU: Greece Among Winners of Natura 2000 Awards for Nature Protection

    Greece is among the six winners of the 2022 edition of the Natura 2000 Awards, an event that recognises conservation success stories across the EU and raises awareness on the Natura 2000 protected are…

    Read More

  4. Greece Takes First Step to Create Museum of Underwater Antiquities in Piraeus

    The Piraeus Port Authority (PPA) has handed over under a concession deal a 1934 silo on the port of Piraeus and the surrounding space to the Greek Culture Ministry so that it may be converted into a M…

    Read More

  5. Hydra Travel Writing Classic

    Peel Me a Lotus by Charmian Clift is a Hydra travel writing classic, describing her family’s life on this tiny Greek island near Athens in the 1950s.

    Read More

  6. The Churches of Thessaloniki

    The churches of Thessaloniki are remarkable and include UNESCO World Heritage Monuments, Byzantine masterpieces, and a church dating from the 5th century.

    Read More

  7. Blue Flag: Greece 2nd in the World for its Clean Beaches

    Greece’s beaches are among the world’s cleanest with the region of Halkidiki and the island of Rhodes in the lead this year, according to the 2022 Blue Flag quality award list for beaches, marinas and…

    Read More

  8. Lipsi Municipality Says No to Sunbeds on Island’s Beaches

    The Municipality of Lipsi is saying “no” to sunbeds on the island’s beaches and is encouraging travelers to enjoy eco-conscious summer holidays this year in order to live authentic experiences. “We ar…

    Read More

  9. Ioannina to Launch Food Council to Define its Gastronomic Identity

    The Municipality of Ioannina, the capital of the Region of Epirus, northwestern Greece, has launched action to associate the city’s gastronomy with the destination’s brand-name and identity. “Adding t…

    Read More

  10. Athens National Garden Refurbishment is Underway

    The Athens Municipality recently completed the first phase of a 4.2-million-euro refurbishment project aiming to upgrade the National Garden, one of the Greek capital’s landmark sites. The refurbished…

    Read More