Experience Weddings & Honeymoon Ayia Napa: "Where there is love there is life"

Ayia Napa: “Where there is love there is life”

Ayia Napa municipality Cultural Officer, Maria Tofini Tsantila said about 1300 weddings take place at the municipality each year.
The most popular venue is Ammos (Kampouri) beach.
Other venues are:
· Cape Greco with its breath-taking sunsets
· Aoratos Venue (Juniper Tree) the most photographed tree in Ayia Napa
· Thalassa Museum for couples who want sophistication and elegance
· Poseidon Palace, a traditional place by the fishing shelter
· Ayia Napa Town Hall and the Amphitheatre of the Town Hall (except July and August), a classic venue
· Ayios Epifanios (Main Venue): Cross on the Hill, Cave of Ayios Epifanios and outside the Old Church of Ayios Epifanios. All three options enjoy panoramic views of Ayia Napa.
There are also a number of hotel wedding venues.
Weddings take place Monday to Friday, from 11am to 4pm or from 5pm to 6.30pm (with extra fee). Saturdays (by special request, with additional fee until 2pm).
The wedding fee is €281.92 (subject to change according to the law). It must be paid in cash by all couples whether they have a civil or religious ceremony.
Ayia Napa Municipality is authorised to issue Certified True Copies of the original marriage certificates.
There is an additional fee for civil ceremonies at the hotels or at other venues.
For fees please contact the Wedding Department at 0035723816309 or by email to [email protected]
For more information call 0035723816309, 0035723816307, 0035723816327 or visit www.agianapa.org.cy

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