easyJet has unveiled a series of cheap holidays for solo travellers

Fancy making 2020 the year you finally take that solo trip you’ve had on your bucket list? Well you’re certainly going to want to once you hear all about the incredibly purse-friendly deals on offer.

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easyJet Holidays has made travelling on your own all the more enticing by launching a whole host of cheap holiday deals for solo travellers, with destinations including tourist favourites such as Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal and Spain.

The offers were introduced after the travel company discovered 43 per cent of Brits enjoy travelling alone and aims to encourage even more to do the same.

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The easyJet deals include a variety of holidays so whether you like exploring new cultures with city breaks or indulging in some well-deserved relaxation on the beach, there’ll definitely be something for you. And most importantly, it won’t leave a massive dent in your pockets.

All of the solo travel deals are under £400, with many even costing you less than £300 including both flights and accommodation – and we’re not talking hostels, more like four-star hotels.

One of the many exciting packages is a trip to Ibiza for just £273. This includes a three night stay at the 4-star Grupotel Cala San Vincente on a half board basis, departing from London Luton Airport on 6 May 2020. A complete bargain!

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Similarly, you could bag yourself a lovely Easter getaway to Malta for just £294 where you will have a three night stay at the 4-star Blue Sea Club Martha’s hotel on a self-catering basis and depart from Manchester Airport on 14 April.

Other equally amazing deals include a six night  trip to Crete from £374 staying at the four-star Galaxy Villas hotel on a self-catering basis and departing from London Gatwick on the 22nd April, a three night four-star holiday to The Algarve from just £303 in April and a four-star three night Sicilian break in May for just £397.

So, what are you waiting for?