Royal Hideaway Sancti Petri, part of Barceló Hotel Group
Weddings with views of the Atlantic
Andalucia, Spain
  • Charming hotels
  • Large terrace
  • Gourmet cuisine
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Destination Info
Weddings on the beachfront
Royal Hideaway Sancti Petri, part of Barceló Hotel Group is located in a luxury enclave just metres from Barrosa beach, making it the ideal place for celebrating dream weddings with views of the Atlantic.

The hotel is located a short distance from the tourist centre of the city of Cadiz and has several first rate golf courses in its surroundings.


Cadiz is notable for the good weather and sunny climate which it enjoys throughout the year, an unbeatable aspect for those who wish to get married with a radiant sun making the bride’s dress stand out. The happiness of the people and the wonderful gastronomy of the region help to captivate all visitors.


Wedding guests will be able to contemplate beautiful monuments of the Arabic domination, which centuries ago left a cultural legacy which can still be admired. The location of the hotel also allows the crystal clear waters of the immense, luxuriant beaches of the coastline of Cadiz to be enjoyed.

You must see…
The secrets of Andalucia
Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez de la Frontera offers several possibilities to the visitor, such as incredibleequestrian shows, incomparable wineries and its historic centre, filled with churches,palaces and unique buildings. The home of flamenco, Jerez has other attractionssuch as the Circuito de Jerez, the botanical zoo and numerous themed museumsdedicated to horse riding and bullfighting.
As one of the oldest cities in Western Europe, Cadiz is home to numerous locationswhich show the traces of the Punic wars, the Romanisation of the Iberian Peninsulaand the conquest of America. Its historic centre contains buildings from the colonialperiod, la Caleta and its historic spa, the Genovés Park and the la Viña quarter. ItsCarnivals are world famous.
Route of white villages
Its name comes from the white of the facades of the houses found in the differenttowns, which are painted with lime to repel heat. Many of these villages belong to theSierra de Grazalema Natural Park, which gives them an additional aspect of touristinterest.