Honeymoons in Spain

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Spain Overview


Spain is cherished around the world as a land of significant beauty and culture and great indulgences.  A honeymoon in Spain can be a choice that suits the two of you as you search for the ideal destination to celebrate your new lives together in matrimonial bliss. 

A honeymoon in Spain can be endless opportunities for romance and intimacy, as well as adventure. There are a myriad of places to enjoy whether you wish to take in the glorious mountains, splendid beaches, or the action of the city.  With five star hotel resorts and private villas, there is something for every bride and groom.

Key Facts for Spain

Currency: Euro

Capital: Madrid

Language: Spanishi

Flight time: 9 hours from Delhi

When to Honeymoon in Spain

When to Go:  The best time of year to honeymoon to Spain is considered to be spring and autumn.  July and August can be stifling.  For a mountain break with plenty of sunshine, winter can be a good choice.

Flight Info:  Several flights fly from India to Spain.  Air India, Finnair, Emirates and Turkish Airlines are among the carriers that serve routes from New Delhi.  Flight times take about 13 hours with one stop.

Currency: Euro

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Getting Married in Spain

If you dream of getting married in a land of fascinating culture and traditions, a destination wedding in Spain may be the ideal choice in a destination wedding.  Spain is a country of varied landscapes, beautiful beaches, friendly people, sizzling cuisine, age old museums and cutting edge contemporary art.  There are many wonderful places to exchange those magical words that embark you on your journey to share your lives together in matrimony bliss.

Marriage Requirements


To get married in Spain can be somewhat complicated.  If you are Roman Catholic you will need to have your local priest initiate the necessary paperwork and request permission from the archbishop in the area where you wish to wed.  If you are not, you may have to ask for dispensation form your local priest.  A civil ceremony is possible in Spain if you are able to provide proof of residency but the ceremony can be length and complicated to organize.  Most couples choose to have a civil ceremony in their own country followed by a blessing in Spain, which is basically the same as a traditionally wedding, but is not legally binding.  A civil ceremony can be held in Gibraltar which requires much less detail and is faster.  Couples will need to have valid passports and full birth certificates.  To gather more information, please click HERE.