Spain has long been a favourite with British holidaymakers. It offers so much more than sun, sea and sand with its colourful traditions, delicious local cuisine and attractive whitewashed villages. Our singles holidays in Spain are deservedly popular and we offer a number of different choices.

Choose from Ibizafor a lively singles holiday, which needs no introduction, or opt for one of Spain’s hidden gems by choosing a singles holiday in Nerjja in Andalucia. One of our newest singles holidays destinations is Altea on Spain’s beautiful Costa Blanca. A singles holiday in Spain with Travel One offers the perfect mix of friendly company and independence – make new friends as you enjoy exploring a different side to Spain.


Located towards the northern end of Spain’s Costa Blanca, Calpe has, over the centuries, been occupied by Romans, Moors and Christians and is now a modern, bustling resort whilst retaining some old world charm in the ancient town centre and the old Moorish quarter.

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Boasting arguably Spain's most beautiful stretch of coastline, the 'wild' coast, and having as its capital, the vibrant, cosmopolitan city of Barcelona, Catalonia has long been a magnet for travellers wishing to avoid the large, more commercial resorts which have become the norm along many of Spain’s other, mass market coasts.

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Incredibly, and despite being one of the world’s most popular destinations, Majorca is still one of the most beautiful, unspoilt, underrated islands you are ever likely to visit. Away from the Bay of Palma, spectacular in itself but very busy, you enter another world.

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Menorca is, without doubt, the quintessential Mediterranean island. It has everything – beautiful beaches, pretty little villages, an attractive island capital, plenty to see and do and, being just 30 miles from end to end, it’s very easy to get around. What it doesn't have is over the top commercialisation and wall-to-wall ‘entertainment’ making it the perfect destination for those seeking a relaxing holiday in attractive surroundings.

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Seville, Granada, Cordoba, Cádiz – just the very mention of these quintessential Andalucian cities conjures images of what most people imagine the ‘real’ Spain to be like. White-washed villages, colourful fiestas and festivals, sensuous flamenco, Moorish palaces, tapas, sherry from Jerez. But there’s more to Andalucia than just the images portrayed on so many travel posters.

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