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PRIVATE VILLA IN ABRUZZO, ITALY

AN EXCLUSIVE CELEBRATION WITHIN CASTLE WALLS IN THE SOUTH OF ITALY

Sleeps 62

Capacity 100

Venue from €5,000

Incl. 1 nights

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ABOUT

The First Glance

Full of magic and history, this venue is a restored medieval village in the Abruzzo region, now a UNESCO world heritage site. Hosting your wedding here means that you will have access to the entire medieval town! With 28 luxurious rooms and restaurants scattered in separate buildings across the town, you will feel like royalty. The restored suites were formerly used as barns, stables, wine cellars and farmers lodgings. Immerse yourself in an enchanted atmosphere of antiquity, within the town and across its rich natural surroundings.

You and your guests will have the unique opportunity to sleep in beautiful wooden and stone suites which have been renovated in line with the rural traditions of the Apennine Mountains. Imagine rustic charm (and lots of candles!); luxurious bathtubs, antique wooden furniture, handwoven blankets and ceramic pottery pieces.

Say your “I Do’s” in the Italian countryside and host a candlelit reception in the “Locanda sotto gli Archi” a beautiful hall featuring two large stone ceiling arches and with beautiful acoustics for live music. Feast on delicious organic produce from the region, and dance into the night!

With on-site accommodation for family and friends, this is a perfect wedding destination to enjoy for a getaway with loved ones. Today, this venue is under private management by a lovely Italian family and they have previously hosted 20 weddings.

Barbarossa Studio

Barbarossa Studio

Barbarossa Studio

Barbarossa Studio

PARTY & RELAX

Feature Highlights

Sleeping Arrangements

  • Sleeps up to 62
  • Nearby Hotels for Guests

Areas To Enjoy

  • 28 Bedrooms
  • Outdoor Reception Spaces
  • Private Courtyard
  • BBQ Terrace

Wedding Related

  • Hosts up to 100
  • Licensed for Marriage
  • In-House Catering
  • Church Nearby

GETTING HERE

Location

This estate is a convenient venue to reach from abroad. The closest airport is Pescara Abruzzo Airport, which serves 6 international airlines. Alternatively, you can fly into Rome Leonardo da Vinci Airport, which serves over 90 international airlines.

Nearby Airports

Rome Leonardo da Vinci Airport (80km)

approx. 80min drive

Pescara Abruzzo Airport (50km)

approx. 50min drive

GOOD TO KNOW

Venue Pricing

This venue is available to hire only for longer stays with accommodation. The prices stay consistent throughout the year and you will have access to the entire estate.

On selected months

Starting price

All Months

Avg. Temp

5-26 °C

5,000

1 nights minimum stay required

Price for 28 bedrooms is EUR 5,000

Price for additional nights EUR 5,000

All prices include tax

WE'RE HERE FOR YOU

Frequently Asked Questions

How soon before the wedding should I arrive in Italy?

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CEE European countries: At least 3 working days before the wedding

NON-EU countries: Allow for at least 5 working days before the wedding

* This information is indicative only. the arrival time may vary based on your citizenship and residency status. Please check with your national embassy before making any travel arrangements.

Who can get married in Italy?

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Anyone can get married in Italy! There are no legal residency requirements for a wedding. Couples must be 18 years old to legally marry, and under-18s must have written parental consent. Muslim individuals aged 16 can marry with the permission of sharia authorities.

What documentation is needed to get married in Italy?

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The quickest and easiest approach for a wedding abroad is to have the legal ceremony in your country of residence and fly to Italy for the celebrations and host a “symbolic-style” ceremony.

However, if you would like to process the legal paperwork in Italy, each British national resident in the UK requires the following for a civil ceremony.

1. Certificate of Non Impediment: A certificate you receive from your local counsel, stating you are free to marry. This is also known as a CNI, Atto Notorio or a single status certificate. Each person in the couple requires one and typically costs around £35 (valid for six months).

2. Statutory Declaration: A document you receive from your local counsel, stating your will to get married. This is also known as nulla osta, statutory declaration or sworn declaration. Each person in the couple requires one and must be signed in front of a solicitor or public notary.

3. A Valid UK Passport

4. Original Birth Certificate

5. Proof any previous marriages have ended (Divorce Decree or Death Certificate)

Documentation for a religious ceremony coming soon!

* This information is indicative only and will vary based on your citizenship and residency status. Please check with your national embassy before making any arrangements.

What is the quickest & easiest way to get married in Italy?

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The quickest and easiest approach for a wedding abroad is to have the legal ceremony in your country of residence and fly to Italy for the celebrations for a “symbolic-style” ceremony. This means that you do not need to worry about sharing, translating or completing additional documents for a civil or religious ceremony as you are already legally married. When you come to Italy, you can celebrate your commitment to one another and personalise the ceremony in a way that reflects your values and beliefs (personal vows, favorite songs, poetry, gift exchanges, religious elements etc).

What kind of wedding can I have in Italy?

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If you would like to have the legal ceremony in Italy, there are typically three types of wedding ceremonies you can have:

1. Civil Ceremony: Performed by the local Italian mayor or town officer in a Town Hall or Villa with an official wedding permit. The ceremony is typically 20 minutes, conducted in Italian and recognised worldwide.

2. Religious Ceremony. Performed by the local priest in a church setting and does not require a civil ceremony beforehand. Either you or your partner (or both) must be a Catholic and neither of you can be divorced.

3. Symbolic Ceremony: A humanist wedding does not require any legal documents and is not legally binding. Instead, you have the freedom to personalise the ceremony to reflect your values and beliefs. Alternatively, you can have the legal ceremony in your country of residence and fly to Italy for the celebrations and host a “symbolic-style” ceremony. This is the quickest and easiest approach for a wedding abroad.

* This information is indicative only and will vary based on your citizenship and residency status. Please check with your national embassy before making any arrangements.

What is the process to get married in Italy?

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The quickest and easiest approach for a wedding abroad is to have the legal ceremony in your country of residence and fly to Italy for the celebrations and host a “symbolic-style” ceremony.

However, if you would like to process the legal paperwork in Italy, you will need to be slightly more organised (or get support from a local planner!). For Europeans and UK citizens, it is often recommended to contact the local Italian town hall 6-12 months before your ideal wedding date to find out about local civil partnership laws, including what documents you and your partner will need .

Typically, you must bring the “Certificate of Non Impediment” and “Statutory Declaration” translated in Italian and legalised with a Hague Apostille in the UK. Once you have decided your wedding date and venue, email these documents to the venue owner, wedding planner or go directly to the local town hall in Italy to register your civil partnership. The local town hall with arrange for the local mayor or representative to conduct a 20 minute ceremony for you in Italian. This is often held in the Town Hall or in a villa with a wedding permit.

You are required to have 2 witnesses and 1 interpreter during the ceremony. At the end of the ceremony, you will sign the Ceremony Act which is translated into multiple languages and recognised as a legal wedding certificate all over the world. Once you are back in your country of residence, you may bring this to your local council to have it registered as well.

* This information is indicative only and will vary based on your citizenship and residency status. Please check with your national embassy before making any arrangements.

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