The island of Sant’Antioco, situated in the south-western part of Sardinia, offers to its visitors a spectacular sea, a warm Sardinian hospitality and the typical local seafood specialities. Its history dates back to thousands of years ago. Among the first to be captured by the magnificent natural beauty of this island were the Phoenicians, followed by the Romans.
Its territory includes the two urban centres of Sant’Antioco and Calasetta along with various smaller towns. Sant’Antioco is the island’s main town. It looks like a typical fishermen village, with its narrow streets, its low houses and their red roofs. But it also hosts a secluded wild beach where it is now possbile to tie the knot.
Calasetta is smaller and more secluded and is characterized by the white and blue colours of its typical houses and the scents of the crystal-clear Mediterranean Sea.
Civil ceremonies in Sant’Antioco can take place on the beach, on panoramic bastions or in the town hall.
Civil ceremonies in Calasetta can take place inside the small panoramic tower facing the sea or in the town hall.
9 March 2016