With the hectic pace of daily life leaving little time to explore the dating scene, singles' holidays are a popular option.
Packed with activities and the sort of people you'd like to meet, singles' holidays have plenty to offer those interested in getting away from it all.
There are plenty of holiday options out there for singles interested in mixing it up with a group of like-minded individuals ready to relax and enjoy a break. The focus of singles' holidays is having fun in a great atmosphere that caters for all your needs. mountain biking or tennis) or would love a laid back wine tour through the French countryside, there's something for everyone.
Your group will encompass a range of ages and a fair mix of men and women with at similar interests.
And whether you're headed for the high seas, a remote island or a rocky mountain top, the trip director will ensure your itinerary is activity packed, but with enough down time to get to know travel companions better in your own way without pressure.
Whichever holiday you choose, you'll spend your days at a top destination with plenty of activities to choose from while you mingling with others.
The best way to meet people is through something that you both love.
Take a skiing holiday for singles or book onto a singles' walking holiday to meet active individuals with similar interests; or maybe a gastronomic tour of some idyllic location - whatever your interests, a singles' holiday is a great place to meet others who share your enthusiasm.
While we're not promising you'll find the love of your life, we are confident that you'll return to work after your holiday with more than just a memory!
After all, meeting a number of singles with similar interests means you're likely to make a great new friend or two.
Take the first step toward your next big adventure - click for more details on the singles' holidays listing below.
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Their decision to allow Kieran’s organs to be removed for transplant has already saved one life, and eight other desperately ill people could also be given the chance of a new start.
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