Do you dream about a romantic wedding in the Greek islands?
Being one of the most traditional and charming island in Greece, Hydra island is considered to be the perfect place for island Weddings.And the perfect wedding is the dream of every husband and wife to be!Make your dream true! The greek island of Hydra offers many romantic locations for both church or civil weddings.
Come and get married in Hydra. Live your own fairy tale!
One of the Continent’s secret offshore gems: Hydra.
With its gorgeous port and lively nightlife, Hydra is Greece’s answer to St-Tropez and Portofino. Instead of the characteristic whitewashed cubes, Hydra town—reached directly from the port city of Piraeus via a 95-minute hydrofoil—has stunning Venetian- and Genoan-designed gray-and-white mansions and a decidedly Greek, but appealingly cosmopolitan, atmosphere.
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Getting married in Greece?
With a thriving mainland and 6,000 islands, Greece is a fabled destination with cultural traditions that stretch back to the times of Sparta, not to mention mythical ruins, sparkling white-sand beaches and a vibrant party atmosphere.
As for wedding destinations, the most popular picks are Mykonos, Hydra, and Santorini.
Weddings in Greece: Romantic Locations to Say ‘I Do’
In land of knockout settings and exuberant hospitality, you can find nuptial paradise on a hideaway island, on the beach or in a vineyard. Every bride dreams of the most romantic scenario for the Big Day – a stunning location, the perfect ceremony, a cake of towering confectionery, a secluded honeymoon – and wedding fantasies do not come more idyllic than those you can plan in Greece.
Hydra, built in the shape of an amphitheatre on a slope overlooking the Argosaronic Gulf, boasts stone mansions, picturesque lanes and secluded squares. Transport is exclusively by donkey, which preserves a timeless atmosphere on an island rich in waterfront history, grandeur, museums, idyllic beaches and romantic cafes. A place of pilgrimage for yachties, Hydra was immortalised as the location for the film Boy on a Dolphin, shot on the island in 1957 with Sophia Loren.