The newlyweds will spend a ten-day holiday in May in the Seychelles islands in a luxury residence that can be rented around 4,500 euros per night.
Officials responsible for the security of the prince have already inspected the residence, whose exact address will remain secret to ensure that Will and Kate enjoy the privacy they need.
The villa, built of wood, has an outdoor bathroom, a pool and a private garden, as well as a few employees.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel to that island by helicopter, which will land off on Mahé, the main island of the archipelago, which is also the capital of Seychelles, Victoria.
Before the honeymoon, Prince William will return on Tuesday to his post at the Royal Air Force (RAF), where trains as a helicopter pilot.
Prince William and Kate Middleton were married Friday at Westminster, an event watched by a global audience estimated at around 2 billion people and attracting around one million people on the streets of London.