Getting married in Canary Islands gives you the chance to decide from a wide range of locations, all with their own particular charm.
But what happens when you and your partner can’t agree on one? And what if, for example, one of you wants to be near the sea and the other prefers somewhere with lots of greenery?
That is why there are places like Finca Lairaga, a vast, 5000 m2 estate on the northern coast of Gran Canaria.
Built halfway through the last century, it was initially designed exclusively as a family residence. It is currently one of the most fashionable places on the island for organising romantic events, from weddings to vow renewals.
During your visit to the facilities, you will feel the sea breeze and the smell the scent of the salt from the coast of Bañaderos. One entrance leads straight onto the seafront promenade, so you could have a photo session by the sea with the tranquillity of knowing that your friends and family are close by and that, therefore, you can relax during the shoot—to a degree—and still arrive on time to open the banquet.
As you will see, there are different celebration spaces that can easily be adapted to the number of guests attending your wedding: a wooden marquee with open sides and with capacity for 300 people, lawned areas for meeting and greeting your near and dear with an outdoor cocktail or a welcome drink, and a wonderful garden with pine, banana and palm trees, where you can hold the ceremony. Although, making the most of the fact that you are in the municipality of Arucas, you could also say “I do” at any of its pretty churches and have a short photo session at—for example—the Monument to Guillermo Sureda or next to the dragon tree at the Casa de la Cultura.
After a long day full of emotions, the time will come to withdraw and regather your strength before starting your minimoon or your magical honeymoon.
Canary Islands. Different spaces. Unique locations.
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