Honeymoons in Spain

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Spain Overview

A country of passion, bursting with spectacular countryside, beautiful beaches, diverse islands and energetic cities. Explore the history and culture in the capital, Madrid, or the cosmopolitan nightlife and inspirational architecture of Barcelona. For a lively experience of flamenco and fiestas visit the vibrant city of Seville or for some sunshine and dramatic scenery head to the Canary Islands. The Costa del Sol can offer a glitzy experience in Marbella or head to Mallorca for the chic city of Palma boasting rural hideaways and tiny coves.

Key Facts for Spain

Currency: Euro

Capital: Madrid

Language: Spanishi

Flight time: 22 hours from Sydney

When to Honeymoon in Spain

When to go:
In May, June and September you can rely on good weather, yet avoid the heat and crowds. Winter along the coast is mild. The Canary Islands enjoy year-round sunshine.


Flight Information:
Spain is approx 2 - 3 hours and the Canary Islands approx. 4 hours from London with direct flights operated by British Airways and Iberia


Currency:
Euro


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Getting Married in Spain

If you're looking for a European destination in which to get married that is full of charm and vibrancy, coupled with stunning scenery and warm, friendly people, then you might like to consider Spain. From the lush green fertile mountains of the North to the cosmopolitan capital of Madrid and down to the sun drenched Mediterranean beaches,of the south, Spain has something to appeal to everyone. With a stunning array of paradores, churches, hotel resorts or beaches at which to exchange your vows and a myriad of venues all with stunning scenic views in which to host a reception party, weddings abroad in Spain are very popular.

 

Marriage Requirements

Spain

It can be quite complicated to get married in Spain. If you are Roman Catholic then you can have a full catholic wedding and your own priest should initiate the paperwork and liaise with the archbishop of the church in the area where you want to get married. If on of you is not Catholic you might have to ask your priest for dispensation. If you are a resident in Spain and have proof of residency you can apply to your local civil registry office, but it can take months to organise. The easiest course is to have a civil wedding in Gibraltar which is relatively easy to organise with limited paperwork being needed, followed by a blessing in the venue of your choice. The documents needed for this include valid passports and full birth certificates. For more information visit http://costablanca.angloinfo.com/countries/spain/marriage.asp

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