Rethymno

The province of Rethymno is a living monument of Crete’s varied and turbulent past, with significant treasures of the Byzantine, Venetian and Ottoman occupations.

The best preserved Renaissance city in Greece, the Old Town of Rethymno was almost entirely built by Venetians. Today it is charming and lively, lined with elegant bars, restaurants and taverns. It’s a region peppered with historic sites and natural wonders.

Endless winding mountain roads passing traditional villages and olive groves take you back in time to eras past.

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At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet.
— Plato, Philosopher

Venetian Fortress

The Venetian fortress of Rethymno is one of the best-preserved castles in Crete and makes for a stunning wedding location.

Perched on top of the hill overlooking the town and the beautiful coastline stand the fortress walls. Inside you will find a stunning 16th century mosque.

Traditional Winery

This winery is one of the most traditional venues situated amongst the rugged mountains.

Beautifully kept gardens and stone courtyards are an ideal setting to host your ceremony and reception, and the stunning wine cellars present fantastic photo opportunities.

Chic Restaurant

Tucked into a corner of Rethymno overlooking the clear blue waters sits this elegantly styled Mediterranean restaurant.

Renowned for its organic cuisine, fine wines and uninterrupted sea views, it makes for the perfect sea view wedding reception dinner.