Finca Mas Solers’ roots in the area date as far back as the thirteenth century. It was then home to a group of Augustinian monks. The estate has survived the rich and convoluted history of Spain, but it was in the early 20th century when the famed engineer Eduard Maristany (later, Marquis of Argentera) reconditioned…

Masia Cal Riera is a wonderful wedding venue for everyone, but especially for history lovers, once having been a large and flourishing agricultural estate, dating back to the seventeenth century. The former landlords sold the flour mill to P. Manent & Company at the end of the nineteenth century. In 1912, the Conill and Segarra family…

If you’re considering a classy and romantic beach wedding, Barceló Illetas Albatros in Mallorca is the place. Sure, there’s no shortage of fascinating places around the world, but how many offer an enchanting venue on a realistic, accessible budget? Not that many! Barceló Illetas Albatros seems to have it all: a spa and wellness centre, the…

This 18th century estate, located in the province of Tarragona, has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The area is well-known for its remarkable Roman ruins and incredible Art Nouveau buildings. It is also famous for its microclimate, enjoying nearly 365 days of sun, year after year. Masia Can Martí sits in the heart…

Some advantages of Wedding Venues in Spain  There are a million reasons why couples choose to get married in Spain, the gorgeous weddings venues Spain has to offer are just one of those reasons. We here at Spain for Weddings feel that the combination of the temperate climate and the beautiful natural scenery in Spain…