Villa Zagara Sorrento, Naples
“You will arrive as a guest and leave as a member of our big family. Since 1912, extending a warm welcome and a sense of hospitality is part of our heritage, handed down from generation to generation. We strive to create unique and everlasting memories to our guests, taking care of quality and details in everything we do. Whatever occasion you are planning, we guarantee to make it incredibly special and unique. Just imagine your ideal event or stay, and we will do our best to make it happen.”
What's So Special About Villa Zagara Sorrento?
One of the most historical villas in Sorrento and family owned, Villa Zagara Sorrento is immersed in 20,000 square meters of tranquil gardens surrounded by ancient trees, mythological statues, and a myriad of colorful flowers.
With a historical Olympic-sized swimming pool, an ancient 9th century stone staircase and boasting the unique position which boasts a picturesque view of the beautiful Bay of Naples and the old colorful fishing village of Marina Grande – this private estate makes for quite the impressive wedding venue in Italy.
Or alternatively, if you are looking for a more intimate or humanist/symbolic ceremony, you can opt for saying “I do” on the villa grounds.
Although thee is no accommodation on site for your guests, you can find plenty of local accommodation nearby for your guests travelling from abroad. There is however a bridal suite on site for the wedding day/night.
At Villa Zagara Sorrento, you have the unique opportunity to create a unique and unforgettable destination wedding in the heart of Sorrento.
Once upon a time at Villa Zagara
Homer; the famous Greek poet, talked about Sorrento in the Odyssey. He described the city as the land of mermaids that charmed sailors. It is very likely that these mermaids were in fact dolphins that accompanied boats trying to navigate up to the Costa Tufacea! From the Belvedere of Villa Zagara, during Spring time you can still to this day see the dolphins accompanying ships. According to some sources, Homer mentioned precisely this viewpoint, from villa Zagara, as it was one of the few that overlooked the old harbour.
1hr 55 to the North, 2hrs 30 to the South.
Italian – French and English are also widely spoken and understood.
Italy has plenty of public transport, from the trains to the metro in cities like Milan. The roads (and Italian drivers) are notoriously terrifying for foreigners so it’s often better to take a taxi than hire a car.
Each town in Italy has it's own patron saint and shuts down to celebrate the saint’s day each year (e.g. Rome is Sts. Peter and Paul, June 29th). Alongside Christmas and Easter, the other big religious festivals are Epiphany (6th January) and All Saints Day (1st November). All of Italy celebrates Labour Day (1st May) and also Liberation Day (April 25th).
Good Time to Go
Late April - Mid October
good to know
June is recognised as the month of Juno, the Roman Goddess of Marriage.
What Couples Say
“Thank you to the amazing staff for organizing the best day of our life. The villa is a new venue located in the city center of Sorrento. The place cannot be described, it is totally worth a visit as pictures do not show its charm and beauty. Thank you for making us living a dream and creating the best day of our life…”
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