Catholic Wedding in Positano
Catholic wedding in Positano!
The towering Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta with its unique green and yellow majolica dome is the perfect setting for your Catholic wedding in Positano. The dome can be seen from any part of town. The cathedral’s interiors are carved in white marble and gilded in gold, making it an absolutely superlative Baroque masterpiece. This is a beautifully lit church, bright and joyful, in keeping with the sun filled surroundings and architectural design allowing as much light as possible to filter in. The Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta was built on the site of a former Benedictine abbey in the 13th century and then rebuilt in the 1700’s. Precious Byzantine works of art can be found on the main altar with its 13th century painting of the Madonna and Child which is locally known as the Black Virgin. An original mosaic floor is found behind the altar, protected by a glass shield.
Regarding Catholic ceremonies in Positano
Couples who wish to plan a catholic wedding in Positano will find this a stunning venue. The church holds a maximum of 120 guests, has a great organ and the ceremony is conducted in English by a local priest.
No weddings can be performed during Lent and Easter or local festivities. Best time of year to marry Spring through Early Fall.
Positano Town Hall
Positano Town Hall Civil
Amalfi Coast | Positano
The lovely town of Positano is one of the few outdoor civil wedding locations in Italy. The ceremony is performed on a balcony outside enjoying the amazing panoramic views of the bay. It is among our most requested venues. If you dream of the Mediterranean, open-air civil ceremony overlooking the sea, a wedding in Positano will fulfill your dreams. Best of all, Positano now also celebrates civil weddings by moonlight! Nothing could be more romantic!
Location and Setting:
The wedding hall is housed inside the main Town Hall, a traditional white building in keeping with Positano’s Mediterranean architecture. If weather permits, the marriage ceremony is conducted outside on a balcony. Should it rain, the ceremony is moved indoors in room that holds a maximum of 50 guests, while the balcony holds more.