The best wedding venues in Ibiza – Condé Nast Traveller

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Known for its heady summers and thriving nightlife, Ibiza is so much more than a party spot: its olive grove-dotted countryside and pristine coastline make it a prime spot for a destination wedding.

“Ibiza has it all, whether you prefer a beachfront setting, a charming garden, a rustic farmhouse, a modern villa, a luxury hotel, or even a private island,” Edyta Kroliczek, wedding planner at Bliss Ibiza, says. “We’ve observed a growing trend of couples choosing Ibiza for their destination weddings throughout the year. While the summer months remain popular, there is a significant increase in weddings during the off-season, especially in March, April, October, November, and December. The weather during these months is delightful, allowing couples to enjoy daytime weddings without the intense summer heat.”

Kroliczek says the White Isle’s unique bohemian style adds the magic finishing touches to the weddings held there.

“One of the reasons for Ibiza’s popularity is its accessibility,” she adds. “Being reachable from almost anywhere, and loved by guests, the compact nature of the island ensures that travel from the airport to the wedding venue is convenient and quick. Everything is within easy reach, allowing couples to easily fulfil their wedding dreams.”

So, is Ibiza at the top of your list for a destination wedding? Here’s our pick of the most romantic venues on the island to say “I do.”

Atzaró Agroturismo Hotel

Set on a 13-hectare estate near the village of San Lorenzo in the north of the island, Atzaró Agroturismo Hotel is a top pick for many couples due to its authentic charm, Kroliczek says. Marry among the olive groves or under the palm trees and host your reception in its large glass pavilion with white cotton vaulted ceilings or the white temple for more intimate celebrations, or simply opt for an al fresco affair. Whatever option you pick, be sure to make use of the dedicated mini club that keeps the party going into the early hours, and pre-book a spa appointment for the day after. You’ll thank us later.



If a ceremony with a postcard-perfect backdrop is what you’re after, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for (and more) at 7Pines. Set on a cliff edge, the resort faces out towards Es Vedrà, the legendary island off Ibiza’s coast said to be the site of the lost city of Atlantis (this is yet to be proven, but it adds to its magic). Choose between the cliff and upper cliff terrace for your ceremony – either one will do as the views are unmatched. Stay here for the reception, or retreat to the cosy Cone Club for stellar views and indoor options to ward off chilly evenings. If your guests are travelling from afar, the hotel can arrange a recovery day yacht charter to Formentera to beat away the hangover in style.


Aiyanna Ibiza

Aiyanna Ibiza

Let the salty sea air be your wedding scent of choice at Aiyanna Ibiza, one of the island’s best beachfront wedding venues. Cocooned in a sanctuary in the northern quarter of the Spanish island, you can marry between the palm trees with a view out to the azure waters beyond. There’s a laid-back feeling here, and its wooden decked terrace means you’ll be treated to perfect sea views all day long. Expect fresh Mediterranean-inspired dishes for your meal, and it has space for up to 100 guests – so you can gather all your loved ones in one (extremely beautiful) spot.


Hacienda Na Xamena

Hacienda Na Xamena

Hacienda Na Xamena

For the ceremony at Hacienda Na Xamena, on the island’s north coast, guests take their seats along the hotel’s cliff-edge amphitheatre that boasts stunning sheltered views across the sea and to the rest of the island. Opt for a sunset ceremony to make the most of the location before mingling with your loved ones on the private terrace, where you dine on tapas and toast with Champagne. Choose your dinner picks from the hotel’s five-star Edén Restaurant – any option will be lip-smackingly good.


Villa Paissa d’en Bernat

Private villas are one of the more popular options for Ibiza wedding venues, and Villa Paissa d’en Bernat is our pick of the lot. Its prime location in the hilly countryside offers stellar sea views, giving you the best of both worlds while still being completely private. Marry in the gardens amid the tall trees with unparalleled views before dining al fresco on tapas, wine, and barbecued meats. The villa has space for up to 100 guests and room for 10 people to stay there.


Kazamor Ibiza

Kazamor Ibiza

Kazamor Ibiza

A swift five-minute drive from Es Vedrà, a stunning backdrop for any Ibiza wedding photo, it’s no surprise that Kazamor Ibiza is one of the island’s top wedding venues. Its outdoor setting amid lush palms, gardens, and sunset sea views gives it a dynamic feel, meaning it can work for you whatever your wedding style. The team reflects this in their pricing too, with the standard fee being for the venue alone, which means you can bring in any styling, food, or music you like, allowing you to totally tailor your day to your tastes.


Casa La Vista Ibiza

A private beach surrounded by 30 acres of pine forest and dramatic coastline views? Check, check, and check. Casa La Vista Ibiza is a private villa for larger celebrations as it can host up to 180 guests for your wedding, with room for up to 12 people to stay at the villa itself. So, invite your families to come together and make a week of it. The hardest decision you’ll have to make here is choosing between a beachside space, cliff-top spot, or palm-fringed gardens as your ceremony location.


Las Cicadas

Las Cicadas

Las Cicadas

If your dream wedding day includes long communal tables under starlight, dancing on terracotta tiles, or a ceremony amid olive groves, then Las Cicadas should be at the top of your list. The recently renovated 600-year-old farmhouse has six large double bedrooms and offers five different event spaces for you to choose from for your big day. Overflowing with bohemian vibes, the minimum three-night stay means you and your guests can have the ultimate recovery day next to the pool, too.


La Mar de Santa Ibiza

The thing about choosing a restaurant as your wedding venue is that you know the food is going to be good – and this is what your guests will be raving about for years to come. La Mar de Santa Ibiza knows good food. In fact, it’s one of the best restaurants on the white isle. Think octopus with paprika emulsion, Iberian ham croquettes, scallops with foie, and beef carpaccio, among others. The best bit? The restaurant’s seafront position means you don’t have to compromise on location for good grub.


Can Domingo

If your heart is set on an Ibiza countryside wedding, look no further than Can Domingo. Set among century-old olive groves and fragrant fruit trees, and with views to the valleys below and even the sea beyond, it’s a truly beautiful setting for your once-in-a-lifetime party. The in-house wedding planner can help you sort everything you need, which is particularly useful if you’re planning an Ibiza wedding from abroad. The food philosophy here is fresh and quality produce only, and it also boasts one of the most extensive wine lists on the island with 140 varieties in total, so your vino-loving guests will be sorted.


Can Lluc Hotel Rural

Can Lluc Hotel Rural

Can Lluc Hotel Rural

Surrounded by 10 hectares of vineyards, olive groves and lavender gardens, Can Lluc Hotel Rural does what it says on the tin: offers a rural escape. The family-run boutique hotel is set in a 300-year-old traditional farmhouse which has been restored to offer 20 lavish rooms – perfect for those wanting to host a more intimate wedding. However, there is space for up to 100 guests on the day in total who can marvel at the countryside location and find shade beneath the palms. It’s a truly special spot.


Ca Na Xica

A former countryside estate turned luxury hotel, Ca Na Xica is a calming antidote to Ibiza’s party scene. It can be found in the island’s north and its grounds, with its tall fir trees and olive groves, seem plucked straight from a Tuscan scene. The focus here is bespoke, which means you can tailor your day to the things that mean the most to you. Dining al fresco among the olive groves is a must, and with 23 rooms on site, this means you can accommodate up to 60 guests and keep the party going all weekend long.


La Escollera

La Escollera

La Escollera

Beach weddings don’t get much cooler than this. La Escollera is parked on the edge of the Ses Salines natural reserve, with views across to the neighbouring island of Formentera and promises of pristine azure seas. A well-loved, family-run restaurant, it specialises in Spanish cuisine like paella, Gallo San Pedro and oven-baked Seabass with sea salt taken directly from the salt flats. Book it out and make it yours for the day. You won’t regret it.


Can Curreu Hotel Rural & Spa

Just outside of the village of San Carlos, Can Curreu Hotel Rural & Spa is perhaps the most tranquil wedding venue you’ll find in Ibiza. The land the hotel sits on is swathed in lush greenery, and its slight hilltop position makes for a perfect backdrop for your soon-to-be treasured photos. It’s particularly beautiful at sunset, so be sure to time your first dance just right so you can sway back and forth under soft pink skies.


Pure House

Pure House

Pure House Ibiza

A completely secluded and private escape, Pure House Ibiza is set among 12 hectares of exotic plants and ancient gardens, all surrounding a picture-perfect finca. Opt for a private hire to get villa-like beauty with a hotel-esque experience, marry under shades of green, sip on cocktails by the pretty pool, and indulge yourself with a delicious meal among the olive trees. It’s a dreamy space that any wedding photographer would fawn over, making it the ultimate location to make some forever memories.


Bodegas los Angeles

If you’re after a more laid-back wedding venue, hop over to Formentera. Ibiza’s little sister, Formentera, is known for its pristine beaches, but the island has one of the area’s best wedding venues, too. Bodegas los Angeles is a stunning arched space that could be the perfect backdrop for your indoor ceremony, or opt for an outdoor celebration in its tiled courtyard. The indoor option makes it a great choice for an off-season venue when prices will drop, but the weather will stay warm.


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