In the north of Africa and the south of Europe, bursting with wild-natural beauty and landscapes that vary drastically from region to region. Rich in art, culture, history, exquisite gastronomy and wine, Spain is a place to indulge and to be indulged in.
As a result of our love for travelling, we have explored the country and carefully selected intimate and breathtaking locations so we can offer our couples an authentic taste of the Spanish lifestyle.
This small romantic city known for traditional Andalusian patios, was once upon a time the most important city in the world. Many religions have passed through Córdoba leaving their mark on the architecture, the quaint neighbourhoods and the way of life.
With world heritage landmarks such as the roman bridge, the intricate jewish quarter and the breathtaking Mezquita, Córdoba boasts historic charm and beauty whilst maintaining an intimate local feel.
Almería is Andalusia's best kept secret, situated in the south-eastern tip of the Iberian Peninsula.
Once the set for many famous western films, Almeria is the perfect place to explore and reconnect with yourself. This province is unlike any other part of Europe. The mountainous desert sprawls out on to hundreds of kilometers of unspoilt wild beaches of crystal clear water ideal for lengthy swims, snorkeling and diving.
This region of Cadiz, boasts an impressive coastline with secret coves as well as long stretches of white sandy exotic beaches.
Cádiz also offers its fair share of nudist and surf beaches. With an abundance of picturesque villages that rest in the Grazalema mountains, the landscape will leave you short of words and wild desolate mountains and verdant valleys will fill your views.
A picturesque bohemian city with a backdrop of snow capped mountains.
Home of the breathtaking Alhambra, free tapas, buskers, hippie vibes and charming locals.
Granada is surrounded by the Sierra Nevada, the highest and best mountain range in the country for winter sports, the mountains also have many hiking routes for when the snow has melted.
The luscious tropical region of Malaga is one of the most popular destinations for weddings in the south of Spain.
The contemporary port city is vibrant, cosmopolitan and welcomes many tourists all year round because of it's perfect climate.
Malaga is the home of pretty white hilltop villages with breathtaking coastal views.