17 Jul

Going on an adult only holiday

Adults only holidays can be great for people who do not have children or for people who have children but have been able to get away for a few days on their own. Parents should not feel bad about taking a little break away as long as the children are happy to be staying with family or friends.

If you see an adults only holiday advertised, you may think that it is going to be full of young adults that are looking to go on holiday drinking and partying all night, but this is not necessarily the case. Many over 18 resorts stipulate this so there are no young children. They may not be aimed at people who are just over 18. If you are worried about booking this type of holiday, do some research on the web about the resort itself and the local area. You should be able to find out what the nightlife is like and the average age group of people that go.

If you are looking for a clubbing / drink holiday then you may prefer to choose a place that is 18-30 as this often does involve these sorts of activities.

Over 30’s holidays tend to be more about relaxing, eating out at beautiful restaurants and taverns but that does not mean that you cannot go and hit the town if you want to.