Your Santorini wedding can take place either in a church (orthodox or catholic) or at the town hall (civil wedding). Greek orthodox weddings are performed in Greek, Catholic weddings are performed in Greek or French, and civil weddings are performed in Greek or English. Two witnesses are required for all types of weddings. If necessary, our wedding planners are happy to stand in as your witnesses.

Whether you are catholic or Greek orthodox, the priest of your local parish will be able to inform you of the documents needed to get marry in Santorini.

If the couple has chosen a civil marriage, they must go to the Thira Registry Office within 40 days of the wedding ceremony to declare the marriage. Civil wedding certificates are issued within 3 working days, translated and sent to the couple's home address. Church-performed marriage certificates are issued by the priest and sent to the couple's local parish, where they can be collected
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Santorini and COVID-19: The Good News of Zero Cases!

During this difficult time for humanity, due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus, Santorini was "lucky" as there were no reported COVID-19 cases! Additionally, the Greek authorities took measures to protect the lives of all citizens and visitors right away.

The Greek government has introduced health protocols and measures to ensure the safety of visitors, which must be followed by hoteliers, tour operators, restaurants, cafes, etc.

If you are concerned about social distancing, there are plenty of outdoor spaces and activities in Santorini to have a great time with your loved ones!

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