There are holiday packages available in different price ranges and of different durations in Droxomolaxia - Meneou and a wide variety of charter flights into Larnaca from many British and European regional airports, so there is something to suit everyone!
Cyprus has long been known as the Island of Love. In the last ten years, as the cost of getting married in the UK and other European countries and the Middle East have soared, Cyprus has become one of the most popular wedding destinations in the world. Cyprus is great because prices are much lower, the weather is great and the locations beautiful and offers the perfect opportunity to combine the wedding ceremony with a memorable holiday.
The Dromolaxia - Meneou Municipality is situated on the western fringes of Larnaca and offers couples the chance to get married in a beautiful wedding chamber within the Town Hall. The civil wedding ceremony is conducted by the Mayor or one of the senior members of his council in English.
The ethos of the Municipality staff is to make each couple's visit to Cyprus and the preparation for their marriage as trouble free and straight forward as possible. All the legal requirements for the wedding are carefully detailed on the link below as well as on the Municipality's website and Stella Nikolaidou is the coordinator in the Town Hall and can advise couples on all aspects of the wedding day and advise couples on local companies and wedding organisers. She meets wedding couples shortly after they have arrived in Cyprus and guides them through all the legal requirements and ensures that their marriage is recorded at the British High Commission or other country's embassies in Nicosia. The staff at Dromolaxia-Meneou Municipality works hard to make dreams every couple's dream come true.
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