Marrying abroad is the dream of many couples and for those looking for a traditional church wedding in a beautiful Medieval basilica, look no further than this stunning church, a hidden gem in Palma old town.
Couples from all over the world come specially to Mallorca to celebrate their wedding, with nearly 3,000 hours of sunshine a year, miles of sandy beaches, the mild Mediterranean sea, relaxed atmosphere and excellent food, it comes as no surprise that Mallorca is rapidly becoming one of the top wedding destinations for many bridal couples.
In addition to the great climate of the island, if your dream wedding includes your nearest and dearest seeing you walk down the aisle of a traditional church venue, look no further than this stunning wedding venue located in a heavenly spot to make your magical day a dream come true.
This truly amazing church, originally erected in the 13th century, is located mere blocks from La Seu (Cathedral of St. Mary of Palma) and is a welcome oasis amongst the hustle and bustle of Palma.
Imagine walking down the aisle of this stunning Basilica, a Gothic structure from the late 13th century and the 14th century, with towering, pointed and lobe arches on slender quatrefoil columns, perfect for any bride to make her entrance.
The original façade was destroyed by lightning in 1580, and the new one was rebuilt in Baroque style, with a rose window, during the second half of the 17th century by Pere Horrach and Francisco de Herrera.
The amazing quietness inside the church together with the beautiful artwork and ornate interior will leave you and your wedding guests breathless.
This Medieval Franciscan church with a Baroque facade and a Gothic cloister also has a splendid square courtyard, boasting pictorial gardens and a central area with lemon trees which makes the ideal location to guarantee fantastic photo opportunities to capture your special day.
This storybook setting is just a short drive away from all the high-end bars and restaurants of Palma old-town, where rooftop terraces offer stunning views over the cathedral and the harbour. The ideal place to sample the delectable variety of local Mallorcan dishes.
Mallorcan cuisine is steeped in tradition and rooted in local ingredients such as pork, fish and vegetables, with delicious local produce at the heart of every meal.
Palma itself is well worth visiting at any time of year – and your wedding guests will have an endless array of activities, galleries, restaurants and bars to discover.
Church weddings in this magical part of the world are becoming increasingly popular and for those who have their hearts set on a traditional ceremony, Sunshine Weddings Spain are at hand to help with all of the finer details of preparation leading up to the big day, and we love nothing more than a beautiful and traditional church wedding.
Moreover, the historical backdrop of this stunning Medieval church is fit for a princess. Without doubt, marrying in one of Mallorca’s prettiest churches means that your big day will be remembered forever.