Transun has launched a series of new wedding packages in Hvar. 


The three hand-picked venues – including a beach club, roof terrace or traditional old town setting – are a selection of stunning alternatives for agents to add to their Mediterranean weddings and honeymoons repertoire. 

The operator's fully licensed venues include Bonj Les Bains Beach Club, which is surrounded by the Adriatic Sea and offers views across the Pakleni Islands from private pontoons; The San Marco Terrace, which is set in the heart of the old town of Hvar and is located at the top of Empress Elizabeth’s Palace; and the Top Bar at the Adriana Spa Hotel which offers a roof terrace with an intimate, modern design and features views across the old town, the yacht harbour and the Pakleni Islands.   

The three venues can accommodate between 50 and 200 wedding guests, with the operator's wedding co-ordinators ensuring that important details are taken care of. A range of romantic accommodation is also available to sell as part of a wedding package, including the spa hotels, yacht hotels and beach resorts.

The company's director of trading, Nico Kostich, said: “At Transun we have built up 30 years of specialist knowledge of Croatia, it is a region we are very passionate about. Hvar’s Dalmatian Coast crystal clear waters and aromatic lavender fields make for the perfect wedding setting and the added plus for clients is that it is just a two and a half hour plane journey from the UK, and hassle-free for wedding planning. The three venues that we have selected to host our wedding packages offer unique experiences but all are truly memorable.”

Agents can reassure clients that getting married in Croatia is simple for UK and Irish residents. There are no minimum residency requirements and the bride and groom need to meet with the local registrar a few days before the ceremony. As with all weddings in the UK, the couple must hold a certificate of no impediment. 

For more information see or call 01865-265200.


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