At White Wedding Days, we pride ourselves on creating weddings to a high standard and Sotogrande is a great location to hold a wedding. The venues on offer here, whether it is an elegant villa, a luxury hotel, a charming beach side restaurant or something even more unique, are some of the most beautiful in Spain.
For me, as a wedding planner, helping you realise your dream wedding is what I want above all else and a successful wedding is what I am for. One of the most important parts of a wedding for the bride and groom is to be happy and enjoy their day with friends and family so letting me help with all of the stress and strain when planning the wedding means you can leave all worries at home when you come to Sotogrande.
Located just 20 minutes from Gibraltar, Sotogrande is a large residential area, known for its lush green areas, lavish port area and unique selling points. There are some truly beautiful venues in Sotogrande including many lavish private villas, the Ayala and Santa Maria Polo Fields and some breath-taking hotels including the stunning Hotel Monasterio de San Martin, a converted monastery.
I am to make your special day in Sotogrande both magical and beautiful and the amazing scenery, tranquil Mediterranean and sweeping countryside, accompanied by a bright blue sky will cast a spell of happiness for your future together.
Here are some interesting facts that you might want to know about Sotogrande:
Sotogrande is the largest privately owned residential development in Andalusia. Originally a gated community, it is located in the municipality of San Roque, Cádiz, Spain, southern Europe and is composed of a 20 square kilometres (8 sq mi) stretch from the Mediterranean Sea 25 km east of Gibraltar, back into the foothills of Sierra Almenara, providing contrasting views of sea, hills, cork forests and green fairways, including the Rock of Gibraltar and Morocco.
Some of the richest and most powerful families of Spain have summer homes in Sotogrande. Regulars and inhabitants of Sotogrande include Peter Caruana, former Chief Minister of Gibraltar, Tony Blair, Emilio Botín, Ana Rosa Quintana, Royal Shakespeare Company actor Mike Gwilym, as well as HRH Prince Louis Alphonse, Duke of Anjou, the legitimist pretender to the throne of France. (Source Wikipedia)