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Alexandra Gibson3 years ago

Magical memories with breathtaking moments

Now that you have enjoyed a big day of celebration, catching up with friends and family after saying 'I do', find some alone time with your significant other exploring the many sites in Byron Bay. Although this majestic location accommodates many tourists along the beaches, you can find unique experiences that are a little less touristy and a tad more romantic. If you're not one for planning and surprising your partner, have a look at these different options when deciding what to do and where to stay in Byron Bay during your honeymoon.


La Vista Byron Bay

Sit back and relax, La Vista Byron - Byron Bay
Sit back and relax, La Vista Byron Bay – Byron Bay

Before you even think about venturing out into the wilderness of Byron Bay for your honeymoon, make sure to book a few days at the La Vista Byron Bay. Located just five minutes drive from the busy streets of the bay, discover a secluded haven where you can unwind and enjoy intimate moments together. The surrounding landscape showcases untouched beauty with rolling hills and native Australian flora. The La Vista Byron Bay specialises in making sure every guest is looked after and that their stay is unforgettable. Treat yourself and your partner to a Byron wedding accommodation special at this gorgeous venue for three nights or more and receive French champagne and a complimentary continental breakfast. The villas are simply spectacular with the chic interior decor and open living spaces that allow you to feel a part of the enchanting surroundings. If you love staying here for those few days after the wedding, remember to book another holiday getaway next year for your first anniversary.
Where: 13 Cape Vista Drive, Byron Bay NSW 2481


Byron at Byron Resort & Spa

Pamper yourself, Byron At Byron Resort and Spa - Byron Bay
Pamper yourself, Byron At Byron Resort & Spa – Byron Bay

Now that you have your accommodation sorted, it’s time to get pampered after non-stop wedding celebrations. The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa offer luxurious spa treatments that will help you settle into married life. Popular with locals and tourists, you can find all types of treatments that will relax, rejuvenate and allow your body to recover. If you have been holding out for a spa session then you won’t be disappointed with the Tidal Passage package which offers a sensational three hours of pure indulgence. Begin your experience with a relaxation massage and energising facial before enjoying the private spa bath and couple’s courtyard. However, this isn’t the end of your fantastic session for two; dine in style with their organic spa cuisine before heading back into the treatment room to receive a foot massage. What more could you want than hours of relaxation with your partner on a honeymoon?
Where: 77-97 Broken Head Road, Byron Bay NSW 2481



Fine dining is fabulous, Cicchetti Restaurant - Byron Bay
Fine dining is fabulous, Cicchetti Restaurant – Byron Bay

Considered to be Byron Bay’s gateway to Venice, there is no other restaurant in the area that can provide you with better quality cuisine than Cicchetti. Boasting an accolade of awards for their food and wine, nothing on the menu will disappoint you and your partner as you dine in style. Serving up modern Italian food, you will witness original dishes being brought to your table from the talented chefs in the kitchen. To top off their fantastic menu, your meals can be matched to an extensive list of wines from their onsite cellar to make the perfect dining experience. With world-class chefs such as Heston Blumenthal visiting to sample the innovative dishes that are created at this restaurant, you can be sure that your meals will be nothing short of spectacular. To make sure that the night runs smoothly, reserve a table well in advance and surprise your significant other with something more than just dinner.
Where: 19-20/108 Jonson Street, Byron Bay NSW 2481

Where do you love to go for a romantic getaway in Byron Bay?