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Snow-breaks dedicated to solo travellers

25th September 2009 Print

This week Adventura, the holiday company that runs active holidays for solo travellers launches it’s new dedicated winter sports website - will be the winter brand for Adventura. Last year the company was listed as the largest ski and board operator for solo travellers from the UK. “In recognition of this we decided our winter portfolio deserved it’s own dedicated website” commented Simon Prockter founder of

The site compliments the Adventura site, it is crisp clear and user friendly allowing users to choose their holiday by destination or departure date.

“The single adult population in the UK is estimated at 14.2 million, we meet a lot of them on our holidays, just because you don’t come as a pair shouldn’t limit your holiday choices.” Commented Simon

Snowbreaks offers great ski / snowboard holidays and weekends for people of all abilities. Solo travellers can come alone or with friends and join a ready made group of ski buddies. As the largest operator of singles ski holidays snowbreaks knows what it takes to arrange great ski holidays and weekends. There is a huge choice of itineraries; from Andorra to France, Austria and Italy travellers can choose from three or seven night breaks with departure dates from November 2009 to April 2010.

Prices start from £299 for a three night break in the Austrian Alps to £899 per person for our All Mountain Ski Week is based in Ste Foy Tarentaise including Ste. Foy, Val d’Isère, Tignes, Les Arcs, La Rosière and over the back into La Thuile in Italy.

In April this year Adventura was launched as a re-brand of SpeedBreaks’ Simon Prockter, said: “At this time we addressed the brand confusion and identified exactly what the brand stood for. Through Adventura and snowbreaks our objective is to attract a wider audience seeking holidays that embrace the core elements of our offering - adventure, activity, fun, new experiences whilst meeting likeminded people.”

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