Numero verde: 800 553 800 / +39 0541 92 69 67
  • Italiano


San Leo Wedding

Over the past few years, our event team has organised exhibitions, conferences and initiatives with the participation of well-known personalities such as Italian novelist and philosopher Umberto Eco, film director Roberto Benigni, as well as cultural events like the San Leo Festival, featuring composers and musicians Luis Bacalov, Uto Ughi, Salvatore Accardo, Ennio Morricone and Nicola Piovani. We also conceived AlchimiAlchimie, a festival that marks the anniversary of the death of the glamorous Italian magician Count Cagliostro, with fascinating conferences, events, exciting performances, street art and musical fireworks.

Our experience in organizing events will be at your disposal, together with the services provided by our suggested suppliers, whose level of service and quality of work is of the highest standard.

Suggested Accommodation

We have a comprehensive, hand-picked list of the best B&B accommodation in the town of San Leo. We’d be happy to give you further details.


Whether you choose to exchange vows in the Palazzo Medici or in the Castle, you can select your preferred caterer for your wedding.

Planning your wedding

Our dedicated wedding coordinators will assist you as much or as little as you require with your wedding planning.

Car rental

Vintage cars, sedans or sports cars can be hired by the newlyweds on their big day. Rental vans and coaches are also available to help guests easily reach San Leo.


San Leo hosts events from spring till late autumn, with music and theatre shows, food and wine festivals, art exhibitions and medieval pageants. Such engaging performances and shows can also be part of your wedding entertainment upon request and availability.


San Leo is in the heart of the Montefeltro countryside to the south-west of Rimini, on a hilltop 600 metres above sea level that has been occupied since Roman times. It is very close to the international airport of Rimini and Bologna. San Leo is listed as one of the ‘”most beautiful villages in Italy”. Approaching this gorgeous stone village, sprawled across its cliff top, is a breath-taking experience. Once you arrive, the village can be visited all on foot; in the quaint center with the 12th-century Romanesque-style Cathedral and church, you will be breathing history, art and culture.