Thanks to its prevailing romantic atmosphere, the whole of Santorini is ideal for utterly romantic ceremonies. However, if you wish a more traditional wedding with a traditional twist then opt for Megalochori Santorini’s mainland! Once famous for its wineries producing excellent Vinsanto wine, this village offers you a unique experience, like the good old wine.
Those of you seeking a luxurious wedding venue that has it all, then look no further than Megalochori village and in particular Villas and Mansions of Santorini Island. Boasting a selection of tastefully designed properties, along with perfect ambience and warm hospitality, this Village Hotel offers guests the opportunity to hold a simple and beautiful wedding within the lavish surroundings of the villas or in the secluded courtyards of the residencies.
Mansion Kiara is the perfect place to organize your wedding ceremony, as it’s a relaxing retreat stylishly decorated with elegant antiques. The curved walls, barrel ceilings, and surprising alcoves play with the poetic Greek daylight and sensual evening mood lighting. This architect designed home, transformed from a former historic winery, is effortlessly suited for both casual relaxation and varied entertaining.
After the ceremony, the newlyweds and their beloved guests can head to the neighbouring Raki or Spiti restaurants operating under the management of Villas and Mansions of Santorini Island for exceptional dining, fine wine and great entertainment. Choose any of the two depending on the number of your guests and leave the rest to our expertise staff.
For the very first moments of their common life. “Just married” couples can stay in one of the hideaway villas for two, such as Afrodite House, which is a renovated traditional Santorini home, a few of which can still be found in Megalochori village. This Feng Shui and Geomancy certified Villa has a beautiful organic shape and proportions of the smooth walls, vaulted ceilings and arched openings tell the story of the house and how it was constructed by carving into the soft pumice stone earth of the village hills.