Other Wedding Venues in Paphos

   

 

Paphos Ethnographic Museum - a charming traditional venue for your Cyprus Wedding in Paphos

Located in the old town of Paphos the Ethnographic Museum was founded in 1958 and is set in a private house which is still run today by the wife and daughter of the original founder, the renowned archaeologist Mr. George Eliades.

Having only very recently been released as a wedding venue in Paphos this private traditional venue is suitable for both civil and religious ceremonies which are performed in the museums beautiful courtyard.

The wedding couple have use of the venue for one and a half hours using the courtyard for the ceremony and afterwards the wedding couple and their guests will have the run of the museum with the option of a Champagne and Canapé cocktail reception in this truly unique setting.

   

 

Paphos Yacht Wedding - ceremony on board a luxury Yacht at Paphos Harbour 

Get married in style on board a luxury yacht at our picturesque Paphos Harbour and then sail away into the Mediterranean.

Our couples have the option of a ceremony, either civil or religious, followed by a cocktail reception onboard the yacht while moored at the harbour or you can choose to sail out to sea for your wedding reception enjoying the sunset on the ocean waves.

   

 

 

Paphos Villa Weddings – A private Villa set in its own grounds can be the perfect location for your wedding reception.

If you are looking for a totally secluded private wedding and reception then a villa wedding may be the perfect choice for you.

We have a selection of villas that we can recommend suitable for your requirements and which you will be able to hold your ceremony and wedding reception . With excellent catering options available from canapes, barbecue buffet to silver service so you can still enjoy the luxury of a Wedding Dinner with the biggest advantage of course is that you can enjoy the day with your guests in complete privacy.

   

 

Paphos Castle – Medieval ceremony venue

The Castle situated at Paphos Harbour is a UNESCO world heritage site and offers your wedding a sense of history and romance.

Originally built as a Byzantine fort to protect the harbour from invaders, Paphos Castle was rebuilt by the Lusignans in the 13th century AD, destroyed by the Venetians in 1570 during the Ottoman invasion and rebuilt by the Ottomans after they captured the island in the 16th century AD. In 1935 it was declared an ancient monument and today is considered as one of the hallmarks of the Paphos region.