Scegliere una meta lontana dove sposarsi e magari trascorrere qualche giorno insieme a parenti e amici, visitando i dintorni: questo è in sostanza La Destination Wedding.
L'Officina Creativa Il Gufo ha elaborato vari pacchetti che vi consentiranno di organizzare in Italia il vostro Matrimonio associandolo a visite guidate alla scoperta del territorio Campano tra il meraviglioso mare e l'incantevole montagna.
La cornice? Noi vi proponiamo le più affascinanti realtà paesaggistiche, architettoniche e vitivinicole dell'Entroterra. L'Irpinia.
Antichi borghi medievali si dislocano tra laghi e castelli in un'atmosfera surreale e magica che con i suoi scorci faranno da sfondo al Matrimonio.. in un percorso sensoriale Wine & Food.
Se questo è il vostro sogno noi possiamo realizzarlo.
Pronti per vivere una fiaba? La vostra.. Choose a distant destination where to get married and maybe spend a few days with relatives and friends, visiting the surroundings: this is the essence of "Destination Wedding".
Officina Creativa Il Gufo has elaborated various packages that will allow you to organize your wedding in Italy by associating it with guided tours for discovering the Campania Region among its wonderful sea and the enchanting mountains.
The framework? We offer you the most fascinating landscapes, architectures and wineries in the hinterland: the Irpinia.
Ancient medieval villages are scattered among lakes and castles in a surreal and magical atmosphere: with its glimpses will be the background to your marriage .. in a sensorial Wine & Food journey.
If this is your dream, we can make it happen.
Are you ready to live a fairy tale? It's yours...
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Le Mont Saint Michel, Normandy, France. Photo by Sabina Lorkin. @anibasphoto
“The island has held strategic fortifications since ancient times and since the 8th century AD has been the seat of the monastery from which it draws its name. The structural composition of the town exemplifies the feudal society that constructed it: on top, God, the abbey and monastery; below, the great halls; then stores and housing; and at the bottom, outside the walls, houses for fishermen and farmers.”
“The commune's position — on an island just 600 metres from land — made it accessible at low tide to the many pilgrims to its abbey, but defensible as an incoming tide stranded, drove off, or drowned would-be assailants. The Mont remained unconquered during the Hundred Years' War; a small garrison fended off a full attack by the English in 1433. The reverse benefits of its natural defence were not lost on Louis XI, who turned the Mont into a prison. Thereafter the abbey began to be used more regularly as a jail during the Ancien Régime.”
“One of France's most recognizable landmarks, visited by more than 3 million people each year, Mont Saint-Michel and its bay are on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Over 60 buildings within the commune are protected in France as monuments historiques.”
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Capturing blue hour in the Abbey of Averbode.
This beautiful Premonstratensian abbey was founded in 1134 on the border of the Kempen and Hageland (about an hour from Brussels). Surrounded by lush forests, visitors are free to visit the abbey courtyard and church. Make sure to sample the delicious range of Averbode Abbey products: gingerbread, cheese, beer and bread. Picture by @skiesecoms