Weddings and Events in Sorrento and Amalfi Coast

Set on a spectacular coast, SORRENTO faces one of the most beautiful views we know, across the bay over to Naples. The town is full of contrasts, narrow alleyways in the old medieval center with antique shops and lovely restaurants whilst tha main shopping street Corso Italia is lined with elegant boutiques. Life tends to centre around Piazza Tasso, the main square and most the hotels afre centrally located so walking is the best way of getting around the town itself.

Inspiration for composers and painters this magnificent stretch of coastline facing the blue waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea is the ultimate gateway combining luxury glamorous resorts to the simplicity of its inland. Further down the coast exclusive and fashionable POSITANO has a dramatic position with its pastel-washed houses spilling almost vertically down the terraced mountain to the sea.

The centre of the town is full of pedestrian cobbled alleyways and steps; wondering around gazing in the craft shops is a joy. The centre of the town is full of pedestrian cobbled alleyways and steps; wondering around gazing in the craft shops is a joy. Again further down the coast is the traditional fishing village of AMALFI; despite its small size this town boasts past glories as a maritime state and the old Cathedral imposingly postioned on the piazza del Duomo serves as a reminder. Whitewashed houses hug the cliff face as if piled one on top of another. With its elevated position perched high on a hilltop above the town of Amalfi.

RAVELLO boasts some of the best views of the coast. For over 100 years famous travellers have visited and fallen in love with the tranquility of this beautiful palce. This strech of coastline is undoubtedly one of the most picturesque and spectacular location in Italy, it is impossible not to be facinated by these beautiful towns which represent the jewels of the campania region.


Among the first to be captured by the magnificient natural beauty of this island where the Phoenicians followed by th Greek and the Romans; Caesar Augustus loved CAPRI and Tiberius built 12 villas and spent here the last days of his life.

Thousands of legends on mythological creatures give Capri a mysterious allure. Nestling between the gulfs of Naples and Salerno, Capri is stunningly beautiful with its cliffs that descend rapidly to the sea and the views of gardens with fragrant subtopical vegetation with its breathtaking area of natural beauty and its seductive charms this island has attracted amny visitors for thousands of years.
Capri has two main towns, Capri town and Anacapri. Capri is more lively also thanks to its famous piazzetta, its first-class hotels, restaurants and boutiques.
Anacapri is more secluded and with a restful atmosphere, an excellent getaway for walks immersed in nature. other features of the island are the Marina Piccola, the Belvedere of Tragara (a high panoramic promenade), the Faraglioni rocks, the Grotta Azzurra and the ruins of the Imperial Roman villas.