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Andalusian Country Manor This magnificent 1000-acre private country estate is set in the hills between Granada and Malaga. Reminiscent of a tiny Moorish village with its own Mediterranean chapel, the hotel's rambling sections are interconnected by a labyrinth of quaint pathways, flowering courtyards, vaulted passageways and a soaring marble colonnade. Popular with the rich and famous, it is one of the Leading Hotels of the WorldŽ.
10th Century Hacienda This Hacienda, dating back to the 10th Century when the Moors founded it, has been home to Spanish Royalty throughout history. Now it is one of the most beautiful and charismatic 5 star grand-luxe hotels of the world. With its own catholic chapel, the cream of Spanish Society has celebrated their weddings at this spectacular location.
Historic chapels of the Alhambra If you are looking for a truly historic location for a wedding, then look no further than the Alhambra Palace in Granada. Built by various Moorish Kings in the 13th Century, it was eventually lost to the Catholic Monarchs in 1492. The tombstones of the King Ferdinand and Queen Isabel still form the floor of the altar in the open-air chapel. A romantic wedding ceremony can be held in this historic chapel or in the beautiful tiny indoor chapel close-by. Later cocktails and an elegant reception can be celebrated overlooking the gardens of the Alhambra.
16th Century Palace The 16th century palace of Carmona is aristocracy preserved. A beautiful renaissance style building with Arabic influence, it has only 33 rooms, all of which have maintained their original structure and are decorated with antique furniture, elegant fabrics and original paintings. The exuberance of the plants and the sound of water fountains in the internal patios make them an exquisite location for a small and intimate wedding.
Andalusian Finca Only a few kilometers inland from the "golden mile" of Marbella is one of the most beautiful Fincas on the Costa del Sol. This private house is one of the few properties remaining in the area of the Moorish style and history. The gardens and downstairs rooms offer a unique venue for both the ceremony and the reception.
Andalusian Stud Farm This working stud farm makes an ideal location for those looking for an authentic andalusian wedding experience. Complete with its own chapel the hotel consists of a series of flower-filled courtyards and beautiful landscaped gardens from which the horses can be seen grazing.
Convent Santa Paula Opened in 2002. this 5 star hotel in the centre of Granada is the result of a very careful and well-thought-out refurbishment of the old Convent of Santa Paula. The original cloister and chapel have been maintained while the rest of the buildings combine the original roofs with 21st century minimalist design. The honeymoon suite has spectacular views of the frescoed chapel.
13th Century Fortress This national monument was once the fortress of King Ferdinand III during his conquest of Seville and at the end of the 13th century it belonged to Queen Maria de Molina. Its careful renovation has converted it to a small charming hotel in the renaissance style with 11 bedrooms. The rambling patios, Alhambric style gardens and fortress tunnels make it a unique place for a wedding.
Los Morontes Los Morontes is a private luxury villa situated in the ancient Moorish village of Mojacar. It has beautiful terraces with spectacular views of the coast of Almeria and Murcia and makes for an intimate venue for a small wedding. A local restaurant provides catering. Catholic ceremonies can be conducted in the local church whilst exchange of vows can be taken on the beach or at a constructed altar at the villa.