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Weddings in Spain Costa Blanca

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Spain is one of the top destinations for a wedding abroad.
Especially the Costa Blanca region, a 200km long coastline stretching from the town of Dénia in the north, until Pilar de la Horadada in the south.

This page contains various topics and answers your first questions about choosing the Costa Blanca for your destination wedding.

Information about the microclimate, especially around the region of Altea in the centre of the Costa Blanca, which is ideal for outdoor weddings.

Celebrating your whole wedding outdoors is unique, but not many countries and regions have the right climate. Even for weddings in Spain, not regions are alike.
The Costa Del Sol in the south, for example, is often much too hot in the summer to celebrate a wedding, whereas the coastal regions in the north of Spain are often even during the summer months too rainy.
 
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Weddings in Spain Costa Blanca

Map of europe with Spain and the Costa Blanca region
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The Spanish Costa Blanca is one of the top places to get married abroad.

Small villages with cobbled streets, great beaches, a rich tradition, delicious food and beautiful sites.

What more do you want for your destination wedding?

Travelling to the region is easy, due to it's 3 international airports, and lots of low-cost airlines which offer regular flights, making tickets cheap and easy to book.

Because the area is also a popular holiday destination, accommodations are widely available and offer almost unmatched value for money, as do restaurants, bars, etc... 

Are these advantages valid for any wedding in Spain, regardless of which part of Spain?

The answer is no because Spain is a vast country.

Each region has different economic situations with substantially higher prices in major cities like Madrid or Barcelona, or in trendy destinations like Ibiza, Mallorca, Fuerteventura, Malaga, etc...

Also, the climate is very different in the various parts of Spain.

Not all regions are ideal for a wedding outdoor, as you can see on the map with average hours of sunshine and temperatures.

All the above make Costa Blanca weddings very popular, and couples often combine their wedding in the Costa Blanca with a honeymoon or vacation in the region, or in other parts of Spain.

An often chosen combination is some days of relaxing and romance on our beaches, then a Costa Blanca wedding, followed by a visit to Barcelona ( with the Sagrada Familia and other sites of Gaudí, Madrid with its Prado museum, or partying in Ibiza or Marbella.

Spain really offers it all, and more specifically Costa Blanca weddings are truly unique!

Related pages on our site or useful links to other sites :

Best month to get married in Spain (page 14-04)
How and when to start planning your wedding in Spain (page 14-01)
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