Greece among the Best Wedding Destinations in the world
You’ve got already the groom or bride, the ring and now its time to select the venue, then destinationweddingmag.com gives you the answers by presenting the top destinations for weddings for 2015. Greece is among the top 10 of the hottest wedding destinations eager to host your big day in 2015.
Breezy Aruba is the sixth most visited island in the Caribbean for a reason — for starters, it’s located south of the hurricane belt, so there’s no danger of tropical storms threatening your big day.
In Arizona, ski slopes, red rocks and desert dunes all stand at the ready for your wedding away.
The Bahamas’ most famous vacation hub, Nassau, is tops for nuptials, thanks to itsVersailles Gardens, big-name hotels and wealth of direct flights
With more than 100 offshore islands, a great barrier reef, untamed jaguar territory and centuries-old caves, Belize has something for every couple.
California is the ideal spot to carry out your marry-fest destiny. Explore the unrivaled variety of venues.
6. Mexican Caribbean
Mexico’s Caribbean coastline stretches more than 75 miles and includes Cancun, the Riviera Maya and the island of Cozumel.
7. Dominican Republic
Weddings in the Dominican Republic are as easy as they are stunning. How easy? Many of the all-inclusives in Punta Cana offer free wedding packages, complete with a coordinator.
Best known for its beachfront bures (huts), eco-adventures, thriving reefs, cultural demos and low-key evening singalongs with friendly locals, Fiji comprises 333 islands
Out of the top 10 domestic spots where honeymooners “checked in” on Facebook, four are in Florida (including Miami and Orlando), and it’s no surprise.
From May to October,Greece provides a romantic backdrop for weddings filled with fresh Mediterranean cuisine, local wines and joyous traditions. For drama, head to Santorini, where whitewashed villages cling to black-lava cliffs with Aegean views. Mykonos is tops for a cosmopolitan vibe and a 24/7 beach-party scene. For something more low-key, consider Crete, mixing ancient civilizations and scenic beaches; Corfu, boasting Venetian and French architecture and stunning bays; or Rhodes’ medieval old town.
Source: Destination Wedding