Choosing a wedding venue on Ibiza is a trick task, and choosing a list of favourite venues is even harder - but, a few weeks ago on my Instagram stories, this blog post was requested the most over ALL of the other topics. So, here it is!
These venues all have their own unique styles, features, charms, so this list is in no particular order - it's actually impossible to rate them that way, because they are all so different!
One of my favourite things about Ibiza is how diverse it is, and you can see this distinctively through this selection of venues – whether you want countryside, beach, luxury, relaxed, modern or surrounded by nature, are all these options are attainable for a beautiful wedding celerbration on Ibiza.
Located on the North of Ibiza in Portinatx, this quirky venue is a hotel with 9 luxury rooms, a restaurant, and a shop. Wedding ceremonies are held on the rooftop, overlooking the sea, and the sunset here is wonderful.
Photos from Boutique Souk and Pinterest.
Villa Casa Agua
A large, modern villa in Cala Tarida with stunning panoramic ocean views. Ceremonies can be held in the garden area, poolside, or on the roof terrace, giving lots of options depending on the size of your party and the atmosphere you want to set.
I am crazy about villa weddings because you can really make yourself comfortable and feel at home, have the privacy you want and have so much freedom and control over your day.
La Escollera is a stunning venue. Right on the edge of Playa es Cavallet beach, the ceremonies are held on the rocky cliff edge just up to the left-hand side, giving the ceremony area panoramic sea views, and a gorgeous long walkway lined with their white carpet.
Photographer: Dario Sanz
Seven Pines Resort
7 Pines Resort is Ibiza newest luxury resort. With views of Es Vedra, a small local beach just a short walk away, 3 restaurants, a spa, a yacht club and private boats, as well as its 'resort within a resort' which can be booked out for your entire wedding party, it really has it all.
To find out more about 7 Pines Resort, read my blog post about it here.
Cala Gracioneta is a small cove on the West Coast of Ibiza, so the lighting at sunset is remarkable, and it is a quiet, scenic location, whilst being close to San Antonio and easily accessible from the rest of the island.
For more information on El Chiringuito, contact Lucy at Mambo Weddings, who can tell you everything you need to know and assist you with your planning and booking.
Just a few minutes from Ibiza town is the beautiful Hotel Xereca, and you would have a hard time believing it was so close to town, as it feels so much like a peaceful countryside escape.
It has a huge outdoor covered dining area (complete with a dance floor!), a modern pool under a rustic windmill which overlooks the garden and orange trees, and 11 luxury rooms for you and your family and friends to stay in.
Pictures speak louder than words, and with Can Gall, I think photos are more than enough to convince you.
The atmosphere and general feel is very relaxed due to its garden setting, surrounded by nature, whilst being perfectly maintained and looked after, making the photography clean and modern.
One of the most famous wedding venues on the island, Atzaro's wedding planning ethos is all about making your wedding wishes come true. Whether you want a relaxed, countryside vibe, or a sleek, modern style, they will make it happen.
Ses Savines is a restuarant venue in Santa Eulalia, just at the end of the mariner, but feeling as if you are in the middle of the countryside as you stand on the cliff edge looking out at the sea and green hills in the distance.
The venue has a very relaxed and charming feel to it, while having high end service and food. You can either choose to book out the whole restaurant for ultimate privacy, or, keep it budget friendly and book out a section of the restaurant if your party is fairly small.
Aiyanna is one of the newest venues on Ibiza, and is already one of the most eye catching venues, with stunning details, unspoilt views and excellent service.
By the same owners as Amante in Cala Llonga, Aiyanna is run by the same experienced events and wedding team, headed up by the expert events manager, Natalia G-Mayoral.
Photos by Dario Sanz and White Ibiza
What's your favourite venue and why? If it's not on the list, tell me about it and if I don't already know about, I'll make sure to do some research and pay it a visit!