Over the last 30 years or so dating in Spain has grown, especially with the many foreigners and ex-pats that have found new homes in Spain, the Balearics and the Canary Islands.Many arrived with a partner, a husband or wife but a surprisingly high number end up divorced, separated or single in Spain! I am honest single and though I would love to be in a relationship I...Age Concern Costa Blanca Sur was formed in March 1998 and its constitution was accepted and registered by the Generalitat Valenciana in May of that year.
It's easy to see why things might get off to a rocky start.
There are many theories out there why so many ex-pat marriages fail after such a short time living in their new found Mediterranean lifestyle.
Many turn to Spain or another country in an effort to 'change' a prior life of monotony and boredom or maybe to try to rescue a failing relationship.
What people don't realise is that the pressures on anybody moving to a new country are probably greater than those in our own countries.
Add to that the daily pressure of being with your partner if the only time you spent with each other was on the annual fortnight's holiday for the last 20 years.