Venues, vows and veils
Blessed by the Sun God Helios, Rhodes has an average of 300 days of glorious sunshine, every year to warm its secluded coves and golden beaches.
Today, the island has lively nightlife, but Rhodes Town also has centuries of history, with narrow cobbled streets, a medieval old town with formidable walls and a magnificent 14th-century fortress.
Kalathos is perfect for couples seeking peace and quiet, with its long, shingle beach, while Lindos has dazzling, whitewashed houses and the magnificent ancient Acropolis.
Ceremonies arranged with Rhodes Town Hall take place with the romantic backdrop of Mandraki Harbour, while at St Paul's Bay a couple can marry by the waters edge, and the quaint white and blue church of St Apostollo, in Kallithea Municipality, is near Faliraki harbour.
The old monastery of Filerimos is on the mountain in the Trianda area with views of the Aegean and Turkey. The restored, Italian Kallithea Spa lives up to its English translation of 'good view', close to the sea on the coast between Rhodes Town and Faliraki white the traditional St Sophia Chapel, in the grounds of the Esperos Village hotel, also has breathtaking views of the sea and horizon. Ceremonies can take place outside.