Honeymoons in Greece

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Greece Overview

The cradle of Western civilisation, Greece is rich in history and tradition and enjoys a stunning setting. Halkidiki is a picturesque peninsular with golden beaches and a mountainous backdrop. The island of Mykonos has a cosmopolitan nightlife and popular beaches, whilst quieter Santorini clings to the edge of a volcanic crater and enjoys legendary sunsets. Both are postcard perfect. The larger island of Crete has a wealth of ancient sites and luxurious hotels.

Key Facts for Greece

Currency: Euro

Capital: Athens Language - Greek

Flight time: 3 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Greece

The ideal time to visit is between Easter and mid-June and from the end of August until mid-October to enjoy warm weather and fewer crowds.

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Getting Married in Greece

Ever dreamed of getting married outdoors, overlooking a beautiful ocean, or amongst a culture that is full of love and character? Greece may be the spot for your wedding abroad! With a variety of islands and destinations in land to choose from Greece can give you a broad range of choices when it comes to planning your wedding. From sunset weddings on the beach to intimate weddings in private island chapels, Greece has a wedding venue, and a budget for everyone. Greece is known for its outstanding weather, so if a destination wedding in the sunshine is what you are after then the Greek islands may be the perfect option for you.

Marriage Requirements


Full Birth Certificate (Including Parent's names) for evidence of identity. If the person has been adopted, it is a copy of the Adoption Certificate that is needed and not the original Birth Certificate.

Certificate of No Impediment to prove that the person is legally entitled to marry

Where applicable a Decree Absolute divorce certificate to show that a previous marriage has been dissolved.

In the case that a previous spouse has died, a copy of the Death Certificate will be required.

If there has been a change of name since birth, other than by marriage, a copy of the Deed Poll will be needed For further information head over to – http://www.vitalcertificates.co.uk/getting-married-in-greece-115-p.asp

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