Weddings and Marriage


An Introduction

It would be difficult to imagine a more lovely island on which to get married or to renew your existing wedding vows, perhaps on a special wedding anniversary.

Our church in Palma is available to all, regardless of nationality or faith, and our excellent relationships with the island's Roman Catholic Priests mean that we can often arrange for marriages and wedding blessings to take place in other locations on the island.

If you are thinking of getting married in Mallorca then we can help.


Spanish Residents

If one of the partners has lived legally in Spain for at least two years then the civil marriage can be done in the local town hall followed by a religious ceremony in church or other location.

Please check with the local town hall for their requirements.


Non-Residents

If neither of the partners fulfil the residence requirements then the civil marriage will take place in their country of origin followed by a ceremony in church, at a hotel, on a beach or any other chosen location.

For UK citizens this usually means the civil marriage taking place in the local registry office followed by the religious ceremony here. It's probably worth contacting one of the clergy as early as possible to discuss your plans.

Commonly Asked Questions

Most people have a great deal of questions when they are considering getting married on Mallorca. We have tried to answer as many of these on our Wedding FAQ page (Click) but please understand that many of these are general answers and please speak to us about up to date costings.