Your wedding, in a World Heritage Site

Did you ever dream of getting married in the walled city of Dalt Vila, declared World Heritage Site by Unesco? Today, Ibiza Trendy reveals you how to make your dream come true. On March 27, 2012, the City Council approved a new law that allows to celebrate weddings and other events in the Cloister of the anciant Dominican Convent and the strongholds of Santa Llúcia (featured image), Sant Pere, and Santa Tecla. Until then, and since 1995, the wedding only were held in the Plenary Hall of the Consistory.

Cloister Hall of Ibiza

Walls of Dalt Vila from the sea

Portal de ses Taules, entrance to the walled city.

According to new ordinance,  the City Hall sets the day and time for the wedding, once you have completed the requirements. They try to match the event with the date chosen by the couples.

Residents in Ibiza town will enjoy a 50% discount on rates.

Ibiza is undoubtedly the favorite place of many celebrities and some of them have requested instances to marry there and enjoy beautiful views from these strongholds. This beautiful walled complex was declared a World Heritage Site in 1999.

Steps to follow:

1 – Submission of application, relevant permits and payment of a fee

2 – You can call 971 397 600 or do it on  www.eivissa.es, Ibiza City Hall website.

3 – Submit the instance on the Servei d’Atenció Ciutadania, in calle Canarias, 35, Ibiza.

Fees:

Cloister of the Dominican Convent (for 2 hours): 600 euros (for 6 hours): 1,200 euros

Baluarte de Sant Pere (for 2 hours): 600 euros (for 6 hours): 1,200 euros

Baluarte de Santa Llúcia Zone A (for 2 hours): 1,000 euros (duranet 6 hours): 2,000 euros

Baluarte de Santa Llúcia Zone B (for 2 hours): € 1,000 (for 6 hours): 2,000 euros

Baluarte de Santa Tecla (for 2 hours): 600 euros (for 6 hours): 1,200 euros

Special thanks to Ibiza Travel and Xescu Pratsfor the Dalt Vila images published in this post. 

by Julia Fioravanti