In a remote part of the Italian Riviera lies the Cinque Terre, one of the most breathtaking and well-preserved collections of medieval fishing villages in the world.

As a UNESCO World Heritage site, national park and marine park, its five lands defy time and maintain the charm and character of old-world village life.

It’s one of the few locations where life still moves slowly. A stroll down one of the tiny ancient cobbled pathways with village gossip whispering at every corner feels like a step back in time. A time when Lord Rufus ruled the castle, pirates ruled the sea and the villagers ruled the vines to produce wine that adorned the dining halls of kings and queens throughout Europe

The Cinque Terre is undeniably one of the most charming, majestic and exclusive locations for a destination wedding in Italy.

Choose from one of the five spectacular villages of the Cinque Terre (meaning five lands): Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore, where you will find several incredible locations for your perfect destination wedding in Italy.


Monterosso al Mare is the most northern village of the five lands and is protected by hills covered with vineyards, lemons and olive groves. It is the only village with beaches and offers – Read More


Vernazza the most picturesque village of the group, was founded in around 1000 AD. Its name comes from “Gens Vulnetia”, an old Roman family in Italy – Read more


Corniglia, the middle village of the Cinque Terre in Italy, is the most remote and the smallest village for destination weddings in the Cinque Terre in Italy – Read more


The Cinque Terre village of Manarola is possibly the quietest town in which to hold your Italian wedding, surrounded by vines and situated along a stream – Read more


Riomaggiore is the southernmost Italian village and is named after a stream that once ran through the town. According to the tradition – Read more