A mosaic in yellow and blue, a cascade of colorful homes, turrets, churches, and narrow streets reaching down to the Mediterranean, the town of Amalfi is a spectacular location for destination weddings at any time of year. Amalfi lies at the mouth of a deep ravine, at the foot of Monte Cerreto, surrounded by dramatic cliffs and coastal scenery. This little town, located about 24 miles southeast of Naples, was an independent republic from the seventh century until 1075. The Maritime Republic of Amalfi was one of the four great naval powers, together with Pisa, Genoa and Venice. The Cathedral with its magnificent bell tower dates back to the 13th century. The Cloister of Paradise, next to the cathedral, is home to old mosaics and paintings, and 120 columns built in the Arabic style.
The best time goes from March until the beginning of November. There is barely bad time, and it is very comfortable during summer, when it reaches the 80s for high temperatures. Highest chances of rains are during March until Easter time and doesn't start again until late November. Even during the months of winter the temperature goes around 50 degrees, its mild climate makes it ideal for wedding ceremonies during Christmas Holidays.
If travelling with many guests it is important to plan your wedding in advance. The best venues & accommodations often book far in advance of the wedding date. The earlier you begin planning your wedding, the greater the likelihood you will be able to book the perfect venue for you and your guests. Are you interested in knowing more about Amalfi weddings? Do you have a specific question? Your ideal location is just one click away, contact us today.