The name Villasimius evokes long beaches of bone-white sand and crystal clear sea-water infused with colours; there is a lot to see here, in summer as well as in the other seasons.
Traces of ancient inhabitants, lush woodlands, gastronomy, nature, entertainment and incredible scenery are all waiting to be discovered.
Villasimius is located in the far south-eastern corner of Sardinia where the coastline forms a sort of triangle with the sea on three sides, with the lower point stretching away in an “S” shape strip.
But this seaside town is also renowned for its lively atmosphere with shops, boutiques, trendy cafés, ice cream shops, restaurants, and for its lively nightlife with some of the most famous discos of the south coast.
Civil ceremonies can take place in three different places:
– Town hall
– Medieval fortress by the sea
– Lighthouse on a small island
– Sardinian historical house
Ceremonies are held in Italian with a translator from Monday to Saturday and also on Sunday morning upon request.
Catholic ceremonies take place at San Raffaele Church located in the town centre and can be performed in English.
Symbolic ceremonies on the beach are performed by a Humanist Celebrant.
9 March 2016